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Design Porn: 10 Bookmarks for Old-Fashioned Readers

If e-book sales numbers are any indication, there are plenty of you out there who have up and abandoned toting around the paper version for good. Please put down your Kindle, iPad, or Nook, because this post isn’t for you. Rather it’s for the diehards who still lug around heavy copies of Moby Dick and War and Peace (preferably in a jacketless hardcover) because they can’t part with the tactile experience of handling the real, physical thing. We completely understand, and for you guys, we’ve assembled a few bookmarks that will still come in handy. Some are designed to make your favorite book of the moment more portable, while others take a more sculptural approach to marking your spot, but we find them all incredibly eye-catching. Let us know in the comments if you agree.

Leg bookmarks by Honey Case, $25 [via Colossal]

Help! bookmarks by I3 Lab, $26

Walk around bookmark by DDP Studio, €22 [via Design Milk]

Maple leaf memo stickers by Appree, $19

Liquid bookmark by Kyouei Co., $29

Bookshelf bookmark by Simon Bredt, price on request [via Notcot]

Baleine bookmark by Atypyk, €7 [via Libraryland]

Save bookmark by Igor “Rogix” Udushlivy, download the free template here [via swissmiss]

Book rest lamp by Lee Sang Gin, €40

Book Hook by Tell Ritterback, €30 [via Design Crush]

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