Mark My Words

For some bibliophiles the humble bookmark is an essential reading companion. I have some fantastic examples—nearly all gifts of course—but as often as not I resort to bits of paper, folded post-it notes or random ephemera to mark my place.

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But even negligent reader like me wouldn’t miss a chance to use these incredible bookmarks from Turkish illustrator and designer Ethem Onur Bilgiç. Created to celebrate and accompany iconic Penguin Classic editions, these canny bookmarks would charm any booklover—and never get separated from their matching titles either.

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1984

the-call

moby-dick

20000-under-the-sea

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