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Graffititek – French Bookshelf with Lighting

Fri, Dec 26, 2008 | Bookcases, Lights | By Mike
 
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Graffititek bookshelf is a new design by French designer Charles Kalpakian. It’s inspired by Parisian Graffiti art and aims to offer new perspective on the craft by reinterpreting it in a three-dimensional way. There aren’t standard straight lines of traditional bookshelves and all book titles will be in distort order if you put them there. It also come with mounted light lamps which have the books looks. Besides helping to choose book in the dark they also create a very dramatic effect.

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  1. Justin Says:

    Doesn’t look all that functional….

  2. Mike Says:

    I’ve never said that it’s very functional. Although I think built-in light is a cool feature the main reason to buy such bookshelf would be its look.

  3. Taylor Says:

    no it’s not all that functional but if you you look at it as a piece of artwork then it would be a great addition to a room.

  4. Penny Says:

    How much do these cost?

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