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Second hand book vending machine

Wow. This is clever. A second-hand bookshop called Monkey’s Paw, in Toronto, Canada has created a vending machine which gives customers a random book, at $2 a time.

Owner Stephen Fowler came up with the idea, before designer Craig Small brought it to life, utilising an old locker and a suitably retro design.

The ‘Biblio-mat’ is described as “an artful alternative to the ubiquitous and often ignored discount sidewalk bin” and has been a hit with customers.

With thanks to the WPR Agency for spotting

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Jonathan is the in-house PR for consumer company and home shopping specialists JML. Responsible for the PR strategy in UK and overseas.He has been in the industry for six years and loves gaining coverage for JML.

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