Moleskine’s Timeless Design


Our friend in Vienna, JC alerted us to this feature on the September’06 issue of the Men’s Journal:

"Hemingway’s Blackberry"

A notebook may seem too basic to be iconic; yet the Moleskine’s combination of hefty cardboard covers, long-lasting acid-free paper , and an expanding rear pocket  combine to form the same receptacle  for sketches and ideas that Hemingway and Picasso carried…"

Yes, its right up there with storm lanterns, crag-climbing ropes and wooden canoes.

A special shoutout to our friends in
Punta Arenas, Magallanes y de la Antartica, Chile!

Print it in Moleskine MSK format
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2 Responses to Moleskine’s Timeless Design

  1. AdriftAtSea says:

    What’s not to like. Moleskines rock.

    I put together a gift pack for my writer friends and it includes a good gel-ink pen, usually a Pilot G2, and a large ruled Moleskine notebook. For my artist friends, I usually switch the pen out for colored pencils and the Moleskine is a watercolor one.

  2. Very nice, I’ll have to pick that one up!

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