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The world's coolest bookmarks

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It's World Book Day, which means that you really need to stop putting off finishing that book you started last year. But diving back into a novel would be far more appealing, if you had one of these specially designed bookmarks.

Each one is tailored to the book it's been made for so we have a periscope for 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea and a snooping camera for 1984.

They were created by Fikr’et, a creative shop in Istanbul, which includes designer Ethem Onur Bilgiç and will be on sale soon.

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