Hide your embarrassing literature

Illustrator Isabel Greenberg’s series of concertina Fold Out-Fold Up products are designed to cover kitchen- or bookshelf shame

Illustrator Isabel Greenberg’s series of concertina Fold Out-Fold Up products are designed to cover kitchen- or bookshelf shame…

“If you have an embarrassing bookcase with lots of Mills and Boon or the Twilight books or something, you fold out my book shelf cover and put it in front!” says Greenberg on her website. “The kitchen one [below] has lots of foodie feastables and you can pop it over your kitchen shelf when you have nothing but pot noodles and stale crackers.” Greenberg’s fake library includes such tomes as Toilet: Faeces in Art and Design and Granny Chic, and also reveals a penchant for studies on cake art.

Clocked on boingboing earlier today, the fetishistic card products were shown at Comica’s Comiket show in London on the weekend.

Check out more of Greenberg’s work on her website, complete with url inspired by the ‘classic’ dad joke, isabelnecessary.com.

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