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  1. #1 The Invisible Bookshelf 
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    Finally there is an innovative answer that not only provides a practical solution to book storage but is guaranteed to get people talking.


    Sticklebook has invented the world's first invisible shelving system that creates the illusion of a line of books hanging unsupported on the wall. It can be used absolutely anywhere and for any situation.

    Sticklebook's innovative design is comprised of an aluminium extrusion which acts as a bracket and polypropylene combed strip that grips the cover and pages of paperback books. The shelf is screwed onto the wall which itself helps support the weight of the book and is an integral part of the design. They claim it is totally secure and fall-proof.

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    wow thats cool
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    Looks pretty cool for book readers. *cough..not me...cough*
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    Very interseting.

    But you always seem to find interesting things all the time.
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