Monthly Archives: August 2004

Write by the river

“Travelland by Oliver Beckert, is a table designed to defuse the stresses in life. The river continually flowing across the surface provides a smooth and satisfying element that will calm any room. This piece is made to order, so please … Continue reading

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Symbol signs

“This system of 50 symbol signs was designed for use at the crossroads of modern life: in airports and other transportation hubs and at large international events. Produced through a collaboration between the AIGA and the U.S. Department of Transportation, … Continue reading

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Genghis Blues

“In an evening’s discourse with Paul Pena, you’re liable to learn these things: he’s been a blues musician for thirty years (and he’s played with B.B. King, John Lee Hooker, and T-Bone Walker). He is blind. He’s a student of … Continue reading

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The Ancient Greek Olympic Program

“In ancient Greece, the Olympics would be over by now Though far more culturally important to the Greek world than the modern Olympics, the ancient games took place over the course of just five days. Below is a reconstruction of … Continue reading

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Dale Sinderson

Image: A.B.F. A quirky roadside surprise awaits you on Route 173 in Harvard, Illinois. Artist Dale Sinderson’s “Chemung Tech” is filled with his carvings, yard art and other unique creations. Image: chemungtech.com Dale Sinderson Route 173, Harvard, IL Online at … Continue reading

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Write space

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Moleskinerie@ ORKUT

We have received requests for invitations to the Moleskinerie community @ ORKUT and have already sent those out several days ago. However, Orkut seems to be experiencing intermittent server problems recently. Until this technical issue is resolved, we will all … Continue reading

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Discuss Amongst Yourselves

“I am typing my strong and biased opinion without even reading any of your postings. Irregardless of my rudeness, whether or not masses purchase the moleskin won’t change it’s history, quality or inherent coolness. Therefore, I don’t give a damn … Continue reading

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Adorablog

“8 weeks old and already battling robots”.) Discover Adorablog

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The Notebook of Jonathan Caroll

The Notebook of Jonathan Caroll View a larger image @ the Moleskinerie Gallery Visit Jonathan Caroll’s website [Image courtesy of Verz. Thanks!]

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