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Henge Book Ends by Victor Lefebvre

Reminiscent of primitive designs found throughout history, the Henge Book Ends speak to the early act of carving stone, which represented the first forms of design expression or control.

The simplicity of the undulating carved stone offers an allegory on our tamed nature, reflecting on everything from evolution to the beauty of the book.

As such, each immutable stone piece mimics a standing book.

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