The Bookmark II


By David Ponce

We like it when designers re-invent the wheel elegantly. In this case, someone’s re-invented the bookmark and actually made it more useful. The Bookmark II is a simple rubber band with an arrow on one side and a “Bookmark” tab on the other. The arrow allows you to point to the line you were last reading and the tab to open the book up to the appropriate page. It’s simple.

Unfortunately, we don’t know how to get a hold of one, though it’s allegedly made by Propaganda. We can’t find a reference to it on the site though. Hit the jump for another image. (Incidentally, we think they made an interesting choice of line on the picture above)


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10 thoughts on “The Bookmark II”

  1. 1. The band will bend the edges of the pages.
    2. The rubber won't slide over the pages, so the little arrow will be tricky to get in the right place.
    3. The book won't sit flat.
    4. What was wrong with a normal paper/card/thin metal bookmark?

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