Monthly Archives: April 2006

Featured Artist: Mike Sheehan

"I’ve kept sketchbooks for years to keep my skills up, to work out ideas for various projects and paintings and to just get ideas. But the real reason is that they compel me to wander through places you might not … Continue reading

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Timothy Leonard

"He is a peripatetic elf in China enrolled in the University of the Street. A Vietnam veteran and writer with a photographer’s eye. This is a work-in-progress. Creative people make a mess, clean it up and make another mess. There … Continue reading

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Journalling Prompts: Resources for those days when the blank page bites back

D*I*Y* Planner has posted this great compilation:  "Journal writing can be hard. The blank page sits ready, teasing you and your pen. A million and one thoughts swirl around in your head and you can’t settle on just one thought … Continue reading

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Sighting: “The Great British Menu”

"…here is a screen cap from the on-going competition…and yes..the notebooks are the indexed moleskine.." Bets Pudliner [Thanks!!] Show linkThe Great British Menu © 2006 BBC Discussed earlier

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Calligraphy on the Hong Kong Subway

Wanchai Station Causeway Bay [via inaminuteago]

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Moleskine Covers

"A couple of my notebooks were looking a little ragged so I made some covers for them out of an old Eddie Bauer shopping bag." Kiki5000 @ Moleskinerie/ FLICKR © All rights reserved, Used with permission.

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“Cream Teas”

From Jeanette Jobson’s blog, "Illustrated Life" : "This image reminds me of cream teas that I indulged in while living in Somerset. A friend’s parents ran a dairy farm and offered the biggest cream teas you could possibly imagine. Nearly … Continue reading

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Sunday Scribblings

Sunday Scribblings was set up to provide inspiration and motivation for anyone who enjoys writing and would like a weekly challenge. Here’s a snip: "…this week we thought that we would lighten it up a little. (Well, I wouldn’t say … Continue reading

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Moleskines deviating from intended purpose

"Hello. My name is Kate and I’m new to this community, but not new to the world of the Moleskine. I have two, the large ruled and the large squared, regular Moleskines and three sets of cahiers. I usually toss … Continue reading

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Percy the Pug

A reader sent us this link to Quotidian Curiosities. Check out the fascinating drawings. " Percy the Pug — the "grandpuppy" — who I fell in love with this past week. We had the best time playing fetch with an … Continue reading

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