Monthly Archives: December 2004

Most Beautiful Poinsettia

"In 1837, Benjamin Maund started the publication of a sister periodical to the highly successful Botanic Garden, named the Botanist, in five volumes with 250 hand colored engravings. It contains plates of single blooms of tender and hardy ornamentals. The … Continue reading

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iSerenity

"iSerenity takes you away from your usual desktop setting and delivers you via a variety of sounds and image environments to a tranquil, private and entertaining space. iSerenity offers the capability of a sound machine without the added expense." City … Continue reading

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Ross Lovegrove

"born 1958 in wales, graduated from manchester polytechnic in 1980, master of design of royal college of art, london in 1983. in the early 80′s worked as a designer for frog design in west germany on projects such as walkmans … Continue reading

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Dreams of Space

"The visions we offer our children shape the future. It matters what those visions are. Often they become self-fulfilling prophecies. Dreams are maps" Carl Sagan, 1994 Cool retro space related books and magazines Dreams of Space

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Moleskine Cahiers

"The samples of the new Cahiers line arrived my office this morning.  All of them are sold in set of 3 pcs. Colors: Black, Kraft. Size: Pocket, Large, XL. Config: Ruled, Plain, Square. Material: Paper. The binding is done by … Continue reading

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Sun Halo at Winter Solstice

“Sometimes it looks like the Sun is being viewed through a large lens. In the above case, however, there are actually millions of lenses: ice crystals. As water freezes in the upper atmosphere, small, flat, six-sided, ice crystals might be … Continue reading

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Viale di Porta Vercellina 10

"Was in the neighborhood, so I checked early one morning to see whether Viale di Porta Vercellina 10 was a storefront selling Moleskine of all shapes and sizes. Unfortunately there was just this sticker over the bell at a door … Continue reading

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Japanese Album Fun

"Yesterday I experimented with the new Japanese Album. Printed some digital photos in A6 size, cut them up a bit and stick on the album. It  looks super great when you pull the contents out and display zig zag style … Continue reading

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Oh Baby!

"plan, elevation + perspective views" R. Bean @ Moleskinerie/FLICKR

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Proj: Exhibition Preview

"Tonight I’ve completed another spread in my proj: exhibition sketchbook. Combined with a spread done a few days ago, I’m now on page 14 of the book." Mike Rohde for Patrick Ng’s Moleskineart Proj:Exhibition

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