The Wandering Moleskine Project

Its official. We will restart The Wandering Moleskine Project on May 1, 2006. There’s just a little hitch…until now, we still can’t get hold of any of the notebooks we’ve sent out. We want to avoid that in the next... Read More

31/01/2006

Enter Cahier

"Recently I was at Borders picking up Introduction to Metaphysics by Martin Heidegger (which I highly reccomend). I was fumbling to find the philosophy section, when I felt a tug. Like a magnet, I found myself in front of the... Read More

31/01/2006

Fountain Pens and Moleskine

Small quad journal, Lettering in Diamine Tropical Blue Ink Moleskines are not especially fountain pen friendly, except with a fine, dry writer.  The finer and drier the better.  The best inks are the traditional, quick drying ones, such as Parker... Read More

31/01/2006

House of Leaves

"House of Leaves is the debut novel by writer Mark Z. Danielewski. The novel quickly became a bestseller following its March 7 2000 release, although it had already developed a cult following through gradual release over the Internet. It was... Read More

31/01/2006

Paper Bookmarks for Valentine’s Day

"In December I did a little Paper Bookmark that had discrete success. I’ve developed a square versione for book and Moleskine, and also a DIY Photo Paper Bookmarks for the Valentine’s Day to apply on Moleskine or books." Fabio SirnaFotograpfia... Read More

30/01/2006

Moleskine Notebook and Studio Basics organizer

Susan left this message in the comment box which I think should be a separate post: I was reading about the B&N binder conversion, and had an idea. There is a series of cosmetics organizers called "Studio Basics". I found... Read More

30/01/2006

Size Matters: The Pilot G2 Mini

I finally got some G2 Minis at an OfficeMax last Friday. Here are photos for comparison. G2 Minis in package with pocket Ms. Pocket Sketchbook M, a G2 Mini and their Big Bros. Images: ABF View larger images at Moleskinerie/FLICKR... Read More

30/01/2006

New notebooks

"The photographs of what people do with their Moleskine notebooks can be inspiring…or intimidating. Do you ever come across pictures of plain notebooks that haven’t lived up to their potential yet? The kind of pictures that show it’s OK to... Read More

30/01/2006

Gung Hay Fat Choy! Happy Chinese New Year

"January 29, 2006 is the first day of the Chinese new year. This year is known as the Year of the Dog. It is Year 4703 by the Chinese calendar." Chinapage Thanks to Karen Winters for our "Year of the... Read More

27/01/2006