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Chris Collicott had NYC’s Rockefeller Center in mind when he designed the Pushing Men Bookends. With their linear symmetry and geometric form, the stone resin sculptures embody the tension and energy intrinsic to the iconic building’s Art Deco style. Keep bulky tomes in line with these sturdy structures.
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Pair of bookends. Made of stone resin. Felt bottoms.
Wipe with damp dusting cloth.
H 7.87” W 3.54” L 3.94”
With the aim to bring Dutch design stateside, Jan van der Lande founded Kikkerland in 1992. Today, the New York-based company offers a range of inventive utilitarian home accents by designers from around the world. Created to make everyday tasks easier, its clever products mix originality with humor, and have won red dot, GOOD DESIGN, and iF product design awards.