Sure! It is called a "hook and slat" system.
The system is based on the "slats". In the pic, they are the lower, lighter wood colored pieces. The slats are attached to the wall, the hooks are the components that are held in place by the slats. They are made by either (1) attaching 2 pieces together using glue or screws, or (2) you can use a router to create them.
The "hooks" are the upper, darker wood pieces shown below. In the quick example below, I created a hook with a fey holes in it ... say for screwdrivers, or whatever. You can create any kid of hook you can imagine.
The opening of slat is just a tad wider than the hook. That allows the hook to slide into the slat easily. The hook is also a tad shorter than the slat opening. That helps to allow for debris (think sawdust) to settle in the slat and still hold the hook.
The details are not firm ... by that, I mean that you can make the slat opening 9/32" wide, and the hook 1/4" wide. Or you can make the slat opening 1/4" wide and the hook 7/32" wide ... whatever is easier.
I made my slat openings 9/32" wide. That allows me to use a 1/4" piece of <whatever> for my hooks. For some hooks, I used a 1/4" piece of lauan, for others, I used the larger 1/4" thick paint stirrers. You could even use a 1/4" thick piece of steel or nylon, or anything else, so long as it is 1/4" thick. The wider/larger part of my slat is 3/4" thick (minus about 1/32") and 2 1/2" tall. I made my slats by gluing a 1 1/2"x1/4" piece along the bottom of a 1x3, and then routing about 1/32" from the top part to make the opening a tad wider.
I made the depth of my slat opening 1 1/16", so that my hooks could be 1". The slat is a total of 2 1/2" tall, with the opening being, as above, 1 1/16". You can space the slats however makes sense for you ... I spaced my slats 7" apart.
I hope that helps.
... turning perfectly good wood into firewood every day ... :smile3: