This transparent book holder is ingeniously simplistic. Created by Ludwig Mattsson and Simon Eriksson, LESTER is a 3D printed reading device that holds the pages open for you. Due to the product's brilliantly minimalist design, it can do so without wrecking the spine of the book.
Likely developed for the "frustrated lunch reader," the device keeps pages in place and can also be used as an unconventional bookmark. Students trying to take study notes will also benefit from this bracket-shaped invention, as would anyone else trying to study from a specific place in their text book or novel.
The transparent book holder comes with all kinds of packaging and promotional material as well, demonstrating the pair's graphic design skills too.