Monthly Archives: March 2007

Notebookism is today’s TypePad Featured Blog

“An empty book is like an infant’s soul, in which anything may be written.” That’s a line from poet Thomas Traherne, but it may as well be the mission statement for notebookism. While some of us may associate the word … Continue reading

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Jim Woodring’s Moleskine Popups

"New techniques for collapsable 3D sketchbook art are being discovered every day; soon it will be possible for the amateur recorder of the modern scene to recreate the Euclidean forms of the city, wilderness and mythical barnyard between the leatherette … Continue reading

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Sketch-Crawl To Revive Creativity

Sometimes it’s difficult reconnecting with creativity. Life’s responsibilities can often get in the way of a certain freedom our minds need to create art. For some people creative blocks are a constant struggle, while others have found ways through it. … Continue reading

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The International Vintage Poster Fair

The International Vintage Poster Fair is the only show in the world devoted solely to original vintage posters with over 30 dealers offering more than 25,000 original posters online and at our three annual Poster Fairs. The International Vintage Poster … Continue reading

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Angelina Jolie’s Notebook

Photo: Per-Anders Pettersson / © Getty Images Video courtesy of UNHCR © March 11, 2007 – Angelina Jolie began traveling as a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations some six years ago. She has visited the victims of violence in … Continue reading

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Grand Opening: The American Gallery of Juror Art

"This post inaugurates the American Gallery of Juror Art, the first in the nation of its kind so far as I know, showcasing art done by actual jurors while they were actually on jury duty. [Never Eat Alone & Milwaukee … Continue reading

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Writing by hand vs. typing

I’m a recent moleskine convert. Before that I tried to do everything on my laptop, but then I started feeling the onset of RSI every now and then and now I try to limit my use of the laptop keyboard. … Continue reading

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DETOUR Artist Profile: Chris J. Dent

Chris J. Dent was born in Sydney, where he now lives and works as art director having worked for several ad agencies as a creative director. Funny drawings and odd collages of photographs make this notebook hilarious and full of … Continue reading

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The World Disaster Map

One site to check before you and your Moleskine leave for that adventure. The Havaria World Disaster Map LINK Thanks JC, who is safe in Vienna;) Discover and join our Moleskine communities on LiveJournal, MySpace,  Moleskinerie FLICKR and Meal Moles. … Continue reading

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Moleskine’s Maria Sebregondi on Lovemarks

"Moleskine is a family of notebooks with a rich history that has captured the hearts and minds of people the world over. Maria Sebregondi is in charge of brand equity and communication for Moleskine and she shares her thoughts with … Continue reading

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