• Image of Analog Markers: Null Island
  • Image of Analog Markers: Null Island
  • Image of Analog Markers: Null Island
  • Image of Analog Markers: Null Island
  • Image of Analog Markers: Null Island

Inside these beautiful metal tins you'll find 50 bronze Analog Markers.

These markers are very thin & light (0.4mm & 0.25 grams!) making possible to put as many as you want in your notebooks and readings without doing any harm to their pages and keeping them completely flat.

These little metal arrows will help you pinpoint specific paragraphs and ideas in your notebooks so we thought they were the perfect analog counterparts of the markers we have grown used to see in digital maps.

For the second edition's cover we have selected Null Island, a fictional 1 meter square island located off Africa where the equator and prime meridian cross. Being centered at 0,0 (zero latitude, zero longitude) it is used for flagging geocode failures which are routed to 0,0 by most mapping services.