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Brilliant, Minimalist Book Holder Keeps Pages In Place, For Hands-Free Reading
By Dorothy Tan, 09 Mar 2015
If you have ever had problems with trying to read a book while having a meal, “LESTER”, a 3D-printed book holder, may be just the thing for you.
Probably designed with the frustrated lunch reader in mind, this nifty, simple and stylishly minimalist device is the creation of designers Ludwig Mattsson and Simon Eriksson, who also created a delightfully eye-catching packaging and promotional materials for it.
Clipping onto the top of a book, it is “created to keep pages in place” and could also be used as “an odd bookmark”—and the best part about it would have to be how it does not break books’ spines.
View more images of LESTER here—wouldn’t you love to have it for comfortable hands-free reading?
[via Ludwig Mattsson and Simon Eriksson]
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