The ‘Help!’ Bookmark is a Paperclip with Arms

By: Vivian Lau - Published: Jul 25, 2012 • References: ffffound & designboom
The 'Help!' bookmark by i3 labs in Korea is cleverly designed to be a fun way to keep your pages in check.

People use all sorts of things as bookmarks—a random piece of paper, a folded page corner or even a credit card all will suffice. i3 labs had a different design for the standard bookmark in mind, creating one that packed a punch in personality. The stainless steel paper clips are shaped like people who have their arms held up over their heads so that when they are attached to the page and the book is closed, they look trapped within the folds.

A pack of five of these cheeky designs can be purchased for $26. 

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