Clever Bookend Lamp Hides Between Hemingway and Shakespeare

Packing as much clever functionality as it does style, Roderick Vos's Mr. Ed lamp camouflages itself between the literary classics on your bookshelf. Not only does it prevent the works of J.K. Rowling and Suzanne Collins from toppling over, but it will also cast a warm glow in your home library.

And why is it called the Mr. Ed lamp you might ask? Well, it's not named after the famous talking horse. Instead, Roderick named the $190 lamp after the inventor of the lightbulb, Thomas Edison. So while you're welcome to slap a fluorescent bulb in there, the warm glow of an environmentally-unfriendly incandescent bulb actually seems more appropriate in this case. Huzzah Mr. Edison, and screw you mother nature.

Clever Bookend Lamp Hides Between Hemingway and Shakespeare

[Functionals via The Fancy]