Tiny Bookmarks Let You Grow Mini Forests Or Towns
You can use the normal sticky markers to mark important pages of the book. Or you can be extremely stylish with these sticky page markers by Duncan Shotton. Instead of regular colored strips, they come in thematic packs. For example, Mars pack contains “aliens, galactic party rock and space buggies”, so your book will look like Martian landscape (spot on for Barsoom books). City-themed packs include the famous landmarks – for example, New York has Empire State building, complete with rampaging King Kong!
Duncan Shotton is a British designer based in Tokyo. His work is all cute and quirky, and will definitely make your home brighter. “My mission is to create products that engage users emotionally, promote happiness and ensure people love what they’re doing, wherever they are and whoever they’re there with,” Shotton writes on his website.
And who wouldn’t be happy with a cheerful Godzilla marker in their book?
This is perhaps where Panda’s will feel most at home, relaxing in the grass amongst the trees.
New York City
Dah dah daaht dah dat, Dah dah daaht dah dat, “Start spreading the news, I’m leaving today, your book want’s to be a part of it, New York New York!”
Godzilla seems like a pretty happy chap among Tokyo Tower, Skytree, and other famous landmarks of Japan’s capital.
The space invaders have invaded your book!
Turns out the loch ness monster is real! …at least in super cuddly-looking paper bookmarked form
These puffy white clouds and colourful rainbows in the Sky pack are enough to make even the dullest of textbooks happy!
Featuring the titanics worst enemy (icebergs!) and a few of JAWS’s brothers and sisters among surfers best friends.
Mix And Match Sticky Page Markers