Wednesday, 1 February 2012


The strings of the book-harp are a play of light and statics, three-dimensional picture and bookend, transparent and complete simultaneously. Depending on the angle of the literary instrument it seems once closed, sometimes translucent – and turns to life upon passing. It captures the passer-by at the corner of his eye and draws attention to itself, the variegated content, or out into the sky.
Constructed with colour coated MDF
Hanspeter Steiger


AndreaVeloso said...

Well, I thought woderful ideas, because helped me to solve a big problem: I live in a small double apartament and I don't have many spaces for bookshelves, and now I have some ideas to put my books. Thanks.

Man of la Book said...

Very cool