Every day we are blown away by the sketches, paintings, hacks created using Moleskine notebooks that are uploaded on myMoleskine by both established and amateur artists all over the world.
We are beyond thankful for such a talented, dedicated community, and that’s why on this Thanksgiving Day, we decided to honor the work of myMoleskine artists across the world with a very special giveaway.
Starting today for 7 days, we’ll be looking at every artwork submitted on myMoleskine, and we’ll pick a lucky contributor everyday to receive a Moleskine care package, delivered right to their doorstep.
As is the case with myMoleskine, any style, media or technique will do, and every artist to contribute is eligible.
We can’t wait to see your creations on myMoleskine. So join today (you can login using just your Facebook or Google account) have fun, and good luck!
Over the years, we have witnessed how a community rallying around a common passion can transform everyday occurrences into meaningful experiences.
Just as countless creative minds find a common home on the Moleskine page, so is the case of the Airbnb community, where travellers and hosts from across the globe meet on a simple platform that can turn any trip into a journey capable to inspire.
That’s why we are very excited to announce that Moleskine is joining the worldwide Airbnb community in Paris for Airbnb Open, a 3 day long celebration of travel and hospitality.
Starting November 12th at the Parc de la Villette, more than 5.000 hosts will learn hospitality tips from industry leaders, listen to keynote speeches by Airbnb founders and executives, as well as connect with fellow hosts and give their feedback to Airbnb. On top of this, the convention schedule is packed with dozens of workshops, live performances, social events, Paris adventures and the 2015 Host Awards Gala.
Amid all this goodness, Moleskine will be there with its own booth at the Surprise & Delight area, and we’d like to see all of you there.
Come say hi, pick up your custom Moleskine X Airbnb Cahier to capture the conference’s stories, or write your own with the Moleskine Words game.
Halloween is almost upon us, and we’re joining the celebration with our very first Horror Story competition. Dust off your writing chops and show us your best and scariest horror stories! But not so fast…
Since we know plenty of Moleskine fans are passionate and talented writers, we decided to spice things up a little, and make ours a 7 Words Horror Story competition.
The rules are very simple:
- Uunleash the dark side of your creativity, and compose the scariest story you can think of, using 7 words or less.
- Post your stories on Twitter with the hashtag #7WordsHorrorStory
If you don’t have Twitter or feel a little more creative, you can write your story on your notebook and post a picture of it on myMoleskine, using the same hashtag #7WordsHorrorStory.
We’ll be looking at every tagged entry, and will pick our favorites among the most liked, favorited, and retweeted ones. If yours, we’ll send you a Moleskine Black Page Album and a Moleskine Writing supply, big enough to help you pen your next hundreds of stories, or so.
Have fun, and try not to scare us too much.
On October 3-7, Moleskine is joining some of the world’s leading creative thinkers at the Adobe Max conference in Los Angeles.
While there’s nothing like being there in person, we’re inviting you to join from wherever you are, and be a part of the action alongside some of the finest creative minds around.
Open up your Moleskine Smart Notebook, Creative Cloud connected, and show us the wonders that hide within it: snap a picture of the work you’re most proud of and share it on myMoleskine using the tag #WatchPaperEvolve.
A big prize is at stake: if your entry is the best among the 3 most voted ones, you’ll get to be the first to receive the newest item in the Moleskine Collection, delivered right to your doorstep. Curious to find out what it is? One more good reason to join our global call-to-create.
Have fun, and good luck!
August was a great month for myMoleskine uploads. Once again, thanks to our dedicated fans for adding to the myMoleskine community with close to 200 beautiful artworks. Just like every month, we have narrowed down the most active contributors to bring you our August’s finalists for An Author A Month.
Paulo the Spider – contributed by Junkyard Sam
Raccoon – contributed by NihilXII
Shattered – contributed by Isabella Ronchetti
Which artwork is your favorite?
Join us on our voting page and hit the “like” button to help us choose this month’s winning author!
We’re happy to introduce the first episode of the Covered by Moleskine* series, from the New York leg of The Lost Lectures.
*A classic medium revisited: paper pages, digitally enhanced. On Covered by Moleskine, we send our visual correspondents to attend some of the most interesting events, conferences and festivals around the world, and document it on the ivory paper of the Moleskine notebook. They describe the people they meet, what they see, hear and feel through a combination of drawing and writing, then digitize to share.
The Lost Lectures bring a series of unique talks in secret, elusive locations revealed only a few days prior to the event. In the New York appointment, co-produced for the second year in a row by art zine Hyperallergic, speakers like writer Jon Ronson, filmmaker Josephine Decker or the band Blonde Redhead took turns at the podium, as visual journalist Lori Richmond live-reported the talks through her sketches and illustrations for Covered by Moleskine.
Her sketches were posted live on social, making Lost Lectures in New York probably the first secret event to be live-broadcast on a Moleskine notebook.
Since we don’t like showing up empty-handed, we printed an exclusive batch of Custom Edition notebooks dedicated to Lost Lectures, for the first 100 attendees to arrive. Needless to say, they were gone fairly quickly.
credit: Tod Seelie
credit: Tod Seelie
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