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'Rock' doorstop and packaging by Marc Newson

Doorstop, 'Rock', polyethylene, designed by Marc Newson, manufactured by Magis, England / Italy, 1997-1998

Doorstop of aqua blow-moulded polyethylene. The hollow, hourglass shape is raised in the centre. At the top is a red, star-shaped lid, and the base has two black resting pads. The doorstop can be filled with water or sand to provide weight. There are designer's and maker's marks on one of the black pads.

The doorstop is accompanied by an instruction sheet which features the designer's and maker's marks. The sheet has text in Italian, English, French and German related to the use of the Rock doorstop and the maker's contact details.

The doorstop and instruction sheet are packaged in a white cardboard box which features illustrations of the Rock doorstop in red on the top, front and rear panels. The top panel also features the designer's and maker's marks. The side panels feature product model and colour information and the maker's contact details.
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