There's a principle that the electric field is stronger/more intense at the most pointed parts of a charged, non-uniform conductor. Does this principle also apply to magnets? I.e. if we have a non-uniform magnet, is the magnetism density (sorry for the lack of a more scientific word) greater at the pointed parts? I suppose, however, the total intensity of the north pole will equal that of the south pole. Just out of curiosity, suppose we have the following non-uniform magnet. Would its magnetic field resemble that of a similar charged conductor (except for the fact that it has a magnetic, not electric field)?