iShelf – Cover Flow Inspired CD Stand

The CD might be dead when it comes to listening to music, but I would be more than happy to purchase a few of those old pieces of plastic to be able to enjoy the iShelf.

This CD stand concept, inspired by the famous “cover flow” user interface in Apple’s digital iTunes media player application, is created by the Chinese designer Li Jianye.

Check out more photos of the iShelf over at Labexp blog.

(Via Yanko Design)

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16 Responses to “iShelf – Cover Flow Inspired CD Stand”

  1. Very sleek. Definitely like how thin that is.

  2. Great I can store 5 whole cds!!! :/

  3. I’m with you Coolio, if I laid out my cd collection this way I would fill every wall in my house!

    Think I could knock up a homebrew of this for less than a £1/$1 😉

  4. virtual world games for kids Reply April 27, 2009 at 11:23 pm

    Looks cool [and really looks like the ipod view] However i guess it will only be good to view. Not very practical when only 5 CDs can be stored.

  5. be good to view. Not very practical when only 5 CDs can be stored.

  6. be good to view. Not very practical when only 5 CDs can be stored

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