Monthly Archives: February 2005

Kate Andrews

The notebook of Kate AndrewsSydney, Australia Visit her blog, The Department of Me.

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Freud Meets Foucault

"MAVIS lecture notes conclusively prove the intersection of the Foucauldian and Freudian visions." Irish Typepad @ Moleskinerie/FLICKR

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Blistered Avalon

"There are several things I almost always carry with me (other than the obvious – money, ID, keys, etc). I have a small pocket edition of Walden, passed on to me by a former lover for my birthday, well-loved by … Continue reading

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WMP #19 Anthony Dauer

WMP #19 Anthony DauerAlexandria, VA.USA Special thanks to our donors. For updates and donations, visit the WMP page.View the scans at " Journey", the WMP Gallery hosted by  Joachim du Beleg. LAST CALL for those wanting to join the project. … Continue reading

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Franck Cengizalp

The notebook ofFranck Cengizalp, Parishttp://www.kaihoweblog.tk View larger images at the Moleskinerie Gallery  

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Visiting the Well

"Well … ask and ye shall receive. A little while ago I discovered the Wandering Moleskine Project. This is a great idea. A number of large format Moleskine journals are circulated around the globe with the lucky recipients having a … Continue reading

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Moleskine notebooks and the failure of reality

"Much as I like the notebook, I’ve never been able to use it in the way I’d hoped. There are nearly 190 pages of writing: short comments about a current project, quotations, ideas for blog entries, incomprehensible remarks from nowhere, … Continue reading

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Edge

"The following message is a courtesy copy of an article that has been posted to alt.collecting.pens-pencils as well. When I peep to my rucksack that carry my Moleskine notebooks, I can see only their upper edges that look too similar. … Continue reading

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Lux Lotus

"I had the distinct pleasure of going to the opening for a new show at Heidi Cho last week that features the work of my old friend, artist Jessica Cannon. Her work in the group exhibition, entitled "This Time Next … Continue reading

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Sketchbook Adultery

I started 2005 with a little bit of sketchbook adultery.  I made my first drawing of the year not in my trusty little Moleskine sketchbook but in something new.  Now, even though  I didn’t think it would ever happen, my … Continue reading

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