Do you love to read? If so, you probably have a favorite bookmark. While simple paper page-markers can get the job done, MyBookmark believes that these tiny tools are packed with potential, culminating in a collection of 3D bookmarks bursting with character.
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Inspired by classic literature, pop culture, and everything in between, these bookmarks feature an eye-catching cast of characters. In some cases, the pocket-sized figures peer above the pages, offering compact companionship as you leaf through your book; other times, only their tiny feet are visible, inviting you to step inside your favorite story.
What makes these markers even more magical is their construction. Each piece is handcrafted by one of 12 members of the MyBookmark team. Made out of polymer clay, painted in radiant acrylics, and polished with a varnish, the products are both delightful and durable, making them a dream come true for creative bookworms.
While MyBookmark has been producing these miniature masterpieces for a few years, the company has recently started a Kickstarter campaign with the hope of expanding their business. “Our bookmark collection grew up to 70 designs and a lot of amazing bookmarks have already been sent to their beautiful owners . . . ” the studio explains, “but only with your support, we’ll be able to hire more workers and put into life new amazing designs. We believe that crowdfunding is the best way to expand the audience interested in innovational products.”
If you’d like to support the company’s cause—and pick up your very own adorable bookmark—stop by the MyBookmark campaign page.
Inspired by characters from pop culture and beyond, these page-markers by MyBookmark make reading even more fun.
The 3D bookmarks come to life when pressed between the pages of your favorite book.
They’re also made completely by hand!
Passionate about this project? You can support MyBookmark on Kickstarter.
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