Storage systems with straight ledges and even spacing make less sense when you're trying to stash objects of varying sizes. The Snake Shelf was designed to account for the different shapes of things that you find around your workstation, and the best way to arrange them for easy views and access.
With the goal of clearing off more space on her desk, Eden Law began with a pipe mounted horizontally on the wall, and proceeded to craft a disjointed surface of wooden panels. Two dips were constructed in the continuous timber form, intended to hold books upright and a penholder. Stacked surfaces invite the placement of flat-laid reading materials, boxes and decorative objects. Clamps hold the Snake Shelf in place to keep everything secure and at eye level.