Good news for on-the-go readers. Bad news for the nicotine-addicted. Tastily-named German publisher Hamburger Automatenverlag have recently begun converting unused cigarette vending machines into book vending machines in and around the University of Hamburg campus, Cool Hunting reports.
The nifty machines feature a rotating selection of books of various genres, including graphic novels, travel guides, and poetry collections. Four euros (about $5 American dollars) will fetch you any available work, all written by local writers.
Expect a conflicted response from Germany's smoking literati.
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