In the past, printed media is all we had for every information. Flyer, newspaper, magazines, you name it. Before Facebook, twitter, Pinterest, Google Plus and the dozens (if not hundreds) of second-tier social media platforms, opening your paper every morning with a glass of coffe is a bliss. There is something magical about holding a piece of carefully printed page on your hand that will never be beaten. Today’s gallery is a collection to show that your printed media are well-respected. Expect some good furniture coming down your way. <via>
The Mela Magazine Holder from Anna Buechin
The furniture was made of textured matte melamine with a high-gloss interior.
The Human Magazine Rack from Wrapables
The “human” touch on this magazine holder is so whimsical. I love decor accents with a sense of humor!
The Hidden Art Ringo Magazine Rack
This rack makes clever use of a series of circles to hold your media together. The least you can do is to make your magazines look good.
The Clip Magazine Rack from Chiasso
The magazine holder allows one to hang eight or more of their most prized magazines so that you can share their eclectic tastes with the discerning colleagues and even potential clients.
Pallet Magazine Rack by FlaviaDallaPellegrina
Made of wood, modular library can be easily mounted on a wall, or stand alone as well as to separate the large space.
Modern Magazine Rack by FrederikRojé
It’s kinda like puzzle. Using this rack will turn your magazine collection into contemporary wall art.
Midcentury Modern Magazine Rack from Carl Aubock
This rack is a very rare and expensive piece by Carl Aubock. The deisgn are simply marvelous.
Michael Sodeau Sprung Magazine Rack
Magazine rack in white, green, red and royal blue stained metal sheet.Inox steel feet.
Lake Geneva Magazine Rack by Frank Lloyd Wright via WrightShop
this magazine rack is adapted from a window of the Lake Geneva Hotel in Wisconsin (1911; demolished 1970).
Hanging Magazine Rack from Isaac Chen
this wonderfully simple magazine rack that uses nothing but wire and a big black knob to keep your magazines from falling on the floor.
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