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Invisible Bookend by  Paul Cocksedge

London-based design studio Paul Cocksedge has created the wonderful ‘Invisible Bookend’ that works just fine, but which you cannot actually see. 

This lightweight, free-standing product is designed for use on desks, shelves and the floor—it easily holds more than a meter-and-a-half of books of all shapes and sizes. 

Not requiring any mechanical fitting, this magical-looking bookend will have your guests marveling at your gravity-defying, leaning book collection. 

The makers of the Invisible Bookend have not revealed how this piece works, or even divulge how the product looks like—I guess one will just have to buy it to discover its mysteries. 

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