Designed by Angela and Mark Gilbert, pageCUES are graphical card markers which slide onto the pages of books and magazine to highlight things of interest. A set consists of 10 pageCUES and each one has a different graphic image based on a central theme. Currently there are 4 ranges available to buy Architecture, Woodland, Parklife and Food. The Architecture range allows you to create a city skyline along your books, each pageCUE illustrates a different iconic building from around the world and includes buildings such as Frank Lloyd Wrights Falling Water, Buckminster Fuller’s Dymaxion House and Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia.
Inspired by nature the Woodland range has illustrations of plants and wildlife found on a woodland walk, including squirrels, pine cones, flowers, mushrooms and trees. The Food range is inspired by a selection of sweet and savoury treats such as cup cakes, cheese and biscuits, noodles and a knickerbocker glory. Parklife is a playful range each pageCUE is inspired by daily life in the park, including illustrations of an ice cream van, joggers, swings and dog walkers. A great gift for friends and family and a fun and stylish way to organise your books.
The product is made from sustainably sourced cardboard, can be used many times and once they have had a long and useful life they can be easily recycled with your magazines. PageCUES are approximately 7cm height and come attached to a card 21cm x 14cm. The customer simply detaches pageCUES from the cardboard presentation sheet and they are ready to use.
+ A set costs £3.80 and is available to buy from the website http://www.pagecues.co.uk and shipped worldwide.
+ About Angela and Mark Gilber
pageCUES were developed by husband and wife Angela and Mark Gilbert from their UK based studio, Gilbert13. In 2008 they set up the studio developing products which demonstrated their collective desire to experiment with a combination of craft, computer, scientific and manufacturing techniques. They design characterful and innovative furniture and accessories based on their exploration into manipulating and transforming sheet material into exciting 3D forms.