Product news: this doorstop by Belgian designer Cas Moor is shaped like a tiny bird.
Called Tjirp, the bird's slim rear is decorated with a narrow cut and slides under a door to wedge it open.
The doorstop is handmade from oak by the designer and comes with a white, black or natural head.
Cas Moor is based in Ghent where he is currently studying multimedia design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts.
Other bird-related design we've featured includes a bird box inside a flowerpot, a light that looks like birds sitting on a wire and a huge woodland nesting box for birds and humans.
We've also featured a wooden doorstop that doubles as a toy car - see all homeware on Dezeen.
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