10 beautiful examples of bookmark design

06. Letterpress bookmark (opens in new tab)

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Nolte Design used letterpress to create this funky bookmark design

This fun bookmark design was made by Nolte Design using traditional printing methods and letterpress (opens in new tab). The use of simple colours and design overlapping gives it a rich texture and we love the way the creature is interwined with the beautiful typography.

07. Multi-functional bookmark (opens in new tab)

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Issac Paris's stainless steel bookmark has multiple uses for designers

This multi-purpose stainless steel bookmark is the creation of New York studio Issac Paris (opens in new tab). It also functions as a pocket ruler, and a circle and triangle template. A perfect tool for designers and creatives to use on a daily basis.

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The bookmark also works as a ruler, and a circle and triangle template

08. Pull-out bookmarks (opens in new tab)

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This self-promotional project by young Italian design studio Graficheria (opens in new tab)takes the basics of the bookmark concept and runs with it. The results are attractively simple in colour and approach.

09. Bible bookmarks (opens in new tab)

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Modern8 created these bespoke bookmark designs for a series of Bible books

Salt Lake City agency Modern8 (opens in new tab) created these intricate and elegant bookmark designs to be sold with their client's 'Bookjigs' series of Bible books. There's a focus on functionality too, with the ribbon making sure you never lose your place.

10. Calligrafitti bookmarks (opens in new tab)

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Joana D used graffiti-inspired typography to create this bookmark design

Joana D (opens in new tab) is a graphic design student and illustrator based in Lisbon, Portugal. Her bookmark design uses graffiti-inspired typography (opens in new tab) to produce an urban-looking yet classy set of bookmarks.

Words: Meryem Meg (opens in new tab) and the Creative Bloq team

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