Dutch design firm Studio Macura has launched Pero, a functional and decorative 3D printed bookmark in the form of a dove. While the polyamide bird poetically perches on top of the book its long string holds in place marking the page. The sculptural doves are designed in three different positions, standing, pecking and flying and in four colors: red, blue, black and white.
Each 3D printed pigeon bookmark weighs around 10 grams depending on its design. You can also find them in Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth Texas, Lumianire in Chicago and Luminaire in Miami.
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