If we'd had one of these hollowed-out BookBoxes in high school, we wouldn't have spent so much time looking for new places to hide our journal from prying eyes. Hmm, what would we keep in them now?...
Krugerrands? Precious jewels and baubles? Love letters? Cold, hard cash? Ah, the possibilities.
Vancouver-based The BookBox Company makes BookBoxes from real, discarded books, thereby saving them from a slow death in a landfill. The family business also recycles the ground-up paper that's generated by the hollowing-out process.
(Via Great Green Goods)