Type nerds, listen up! The Adjustable Clampersand began as a “Coretoon” by Tony Ruth over at Core77 and became an actual, functioning object in the shape of an ampersand. Ruth envisioned the original Adjustable Clampersand to act as a bookend on an open shelf, where it clamps down on the shelf itself. But it’s so cool on its own it can just sit up by itself looking all type-y. Now the Adjustable Ampersand is available in five Limited Color Editions of 20.
The Adjustable Clampersand Limited Color Edition
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