Cahier Art

Wishes&Heros does it again. This guy should do a children’s book. View more of his art on Moleskinerie/FLICKRVisit Ricardo’s Website © All rights reserved. Used with... Read More

21/09/2006

Featured Artist: Nabel

It happened to me this April – a friend shared the “Creative license” with me, another one encouraged to join an art class. They both lead me to discover the simple truth – the result doesn’t matter, it’s all about... Read More

20/09/2006

NYPL Digital Gallery

NYPL Digital Gallery provides access to over 480,000 images digitized from primary sources and printed rarities in the collections of The New York Public Library, including illuminated manuscripts, historical maps, vintage posters, rare prints and photographs, illustrated books, printed ephemera,... Read More

20/09/2006

Moleskine for your Eyes

"I’ve started drawing most of my little doodles and comics in moleskine for two reasons: a) my girlfriend bought it for me b) it’s really handy, good for drawing and writing, fits in my pocket and looks very "serious" when... Read More

20/09/2006

Moleskine Philatelic

"yes, now i are a stamp dealer too…..well at least i found use for my small moleskine accordian folder. it holds #2 and #4 envelopes and a 4" pair of tongs AND a small moleskine cahier in a nice package…"... Read More

19/09/2006

Moscow city for sale, price: $3M

"This is a Moscow city scale model. It is back from USSR times, when Soviet leaders had a little craze on making such epic compositions. It was ordered from an artist Efim Deshalyt in 1976. The size of the model... Read More

19/09/2006

Why Don’t They Understand?

When I sit at my sister’s PC (she has broadband, I don’t) and surf the plethora of Moleskine websites, I’ll occasionally get a head coming over my shoulder, uttering in a baffled tone, "What is it with these bloody Moleskine... Read More

19/09/2006

Paris Sketches from Pierre Mosnier

Pierre wrote us to share his pen-and-ink renderings of the City of Lights: "Je me sert du moleskine depuis 4 mois maintenant. C’est un peu devenu mon ami. C’est un bel objet qui invite à l’écriture, à la rature. Comme... Read More

18/09/2006

Blackstock’s Collections

Modern life is an ever-accelerating barrage of people, buildings,vehicles, creatures, and things. How much can a curious mind take in? And what can it do with all the data? Gregory L. Blackstock, a retired Seattle pot washer, draws order out... Read More

18/09/2006