Monthly Archives: September 2006

Do you use both left and right sides of your moleskine?

Becka Lee: "DO YOU USE BOTH LEFT AND RIGHT SIDES OF YOUR MOLESKINE? DO YOU USE THE FRONT AND THE BACK OF PAGES?"… I use to use every inch of mine, I’d collage on the back sides if my ink … Continue reading

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The Laws of Simplicity

Finally, we are learning that simplicity equals sanity. We’re rebelling against technology that’s too complicated, DVD players with too many menus, and software accompanied by 75-megabyte "read me" manuals. The iPod’s clean gadgetry has made simplicity hip. But sometimes we … Continue reading

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Making a Mountain out of a Moleskine

Moleskine notebooks require a bit more authorial commitment because their pages aren’t perforated. But in this ADHD world, is more commitment really a bad thing? Not for these shopcasters: Iron Monkey uses them for journals. So does eins, who has … Continue reading

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Witold Riedel on Drawing

The Morning News recently interviewed our friend , the original Moleskinerie Network-er, Witold Riedel: TMN: Tell us about your process for drawing on the subway: do people stare at you while you’re drawing? Do you like to sit in one … Continue reading

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Tosca al Fresco

"The real coffee cup behind my earlier Moleskine Reporter sketch you guys loved so much. hehe My Greek "side" salad (it’s HUGE) and my beloved LavAzza coffee…" Renmeleon @ Meal Moles/FLICKR © All rights reserved.  

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Getting things done. With paper actually.

"An elegant moleskine notebook may be expensive, but in fact, the cost and quality brings a certain respect for your thoughts. You won’t throw that thing away when it’s full, and the book itself is robust enough to preserve your … Continue reading

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California Sojourn

Have Moleskine. Will travel. California Sojourn Photos by Josiah Keen on FLICKR Copyright © 2006 All Rights Reserved. Used with permission.————————————————————–  Notebooks by Jesseca McCloskey -  Handwriting is on the wall   -  Il PAPIRO Today on Notebookism————————————————————— Discover and join … Continue reading

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Massive Change

The Massive Change Project explores the legacy and potential, the promise and power of design in improving the welfare of humanity. It originated as a collaboration between Bruce Mau Design and the Institute without Boundaries in which we researched the … Continue reading

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Leather Covers for Moleskine

"Exclusive to Pen City these fine Italian refillable leather covers are hand-crafted in Australia. The fit any side opening diaries or notebooks measuring 13cm X 21cm with a spine capacity of 1.5 cm.   Now you can keep your favorite … Continue reading

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Johnny Hardstaff

‘Hardstaff’s drawings made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up. His films took these subjects and pushed them further. The level of draftsmanship was extraordinary and their cool beauty pivoted on both an affection and disdain for … Continue reading

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