Monthly Archives: October 2004
John: “Moleskine in I HEART HUCKABEES. I saw the new “existential comedy” I Heart Huckabees today, and there was — without doubt — a Moleskine sighting. I won’t give anything away, but Dustin Hoffman’s character positively has a pocket-sized Moleskine … Continue reading
“The idea for Fall came to photographer Christopher Griffith while he was living in a Manhattan brownstone, finalizing the design for his first monograph, States (powerHouse Books, 2000). “It was mid-November,” Griffith recalls, “and the ivy on the side of … Continue reading
Moleskine notebooks #6 and #7 are on the way. For the latest update, go to The Wandering Moleskine Project.
Alia: “Last night’s CSI had a large moleskine! I don’t have the means to grab an image (work is strict and I’ll probably be in trouble for this email), but when Nick and Catherine are in the dead woman’s place, … Continue reading
“Mol-a-skeen-a Obsession is a word that I can’t seem to help using all the time. I recently wrote about my obsession with reference books, and in the past I’ve written about how I used to read while driving; that is, … Continue reading
Notebooks #4 and #5 are ready to go. Bon voyage! To join or learn more, go to The Wandering Moleskine Project.
“So I filled up another Moleskine notebook yesterday, the one I started in Baltimore right after the Focus massacre of May 2004. This one has lots of scribblings on using wooden pencils versus gel pens but then how I read … Continue reading
PowerBookG4 12inch, Moleskine Notebook Large Motoe Lab, MYU [Japanese characters]
“Against the office walls sit eight white fiberglass pods, looking for all the world like giant cue balls lined up just so. Tiny speakers on the floor play the constant drone of white noise. Welcome to MetroNaps, the Midtown home … Continue reading
I just received a notebook donated by Diane to the WMP. Thanks! This Moleskine now becomes #3 and will be on its way soon. Check out her Amazon Storefront … To join, go to the Wandering Moleskine Project Updates.