tendence 2012: jungle bookmark by dcell
tendence 2012: jungle bookmark by dcell tendence 2012: jungle bookmark by dcell
sep 06, 2012

tendence 2012: jungle bookmark by dcell

‘jungle bookmark’ by dcell

korean design studio dcell has conceived the ‘jungle bookmark’, endearing pastel-colored book markers depicting various wildlife. the pieces are made of a thin, flexible metal, illustrating three creatures – a bird, chimpanzee and squirrel. the designs were shown as part of the korea designer makers – rise at the 2012 tendence fair in frankfurt, germany. tendence 2012: jungle bookmark by dcell the delicate designs come in various pastel colors as well as classic black and white

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tendence 2012: jungle bookmark by dcell the creatures give life to a bookshelf

tendence 2012: jungle bookmark by dcell a monkey hangs cheekily from a book spine

tendence 2012: jungle bookmark by dcell the product on display at the 2012 tendence fair in frankfurt image © designboom

tendence 2012: jungle bookmark by dcell designer jung kwanghoon with the bookmark image © designboom

product specs:

product material: metal(SK5) product size: 60×95 mm product weight: 7 g package material: PET, paper package weight: 45 g package size: 90x180x10 mm animals: bird, chimpanzee, squirrel colors: classic – black & white             joyful – lime & turquoise             pastel – mint & salmon

  • this is something very innovative bookmark…Easy to make also..I will try to make some of this and start using too. Even bright color also make it very attractive. This also giving message of SAVING WILDLIFE too.
    Henry Jungle Resort

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