Monthly Archives: May 2007


"After few days of using my Moleskine that I bought from Full Booked Gateway, I noticed that there are problems with my Moleskine specifically the defective bonding plus some crease on its pages. As soon as I discovered this, I … Continue reading

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Moleskine + Gapingvoid

Just another day in the life of a Hugh MacLeod Moleskine. Gapingvoid Image: ©2007HM All Rights Reserved

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Bill Webb’s Writing Tools

Bill Webb; self-described "old guy, Buddhist agnostic, recovering drunk, birder, writer, cat lover, husband, dad, son, brother, photographer describes his tools of the trade: It’s interesting (to me) how tools seem to make a difference when I write. I’m not … Continue reading

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Detour Preview in NYC

More than 100 people were present at the preview of DETOUR: The Moleskine City Notebook Experience, at the Art Directors’ Club last night. Paul Morris from The Armory Show, Pilar Viladas from the NYT and Bonnie MacKay from the MoMa … Continue reading

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“Under Milk Wood”

"And all the people of the lulled and dumbfound town are sleeping now. Hush, the babies are sleeping, the farmers, the fishers, the tradesmen and pensioners, cobbler, schoolteacher, postman and publican, the undertaker and the fancy woman, drunkard, dressmaker, preacher, … Continue reading

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Dead Trees Go Online

"I’m a dyed-in-the-wool online geek, but I must admit I’ve had a longstanding love affair with one particular brand of dead-tree media: my ever-present Moleskine reporter’s notebook. While it’s not very searchable, it’s extremely portable, never needs charging, doesn’t break … Continue reading

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Featured Artist: Sam Vanallemeersch

I like to draw anything, anywhere, and at any time. I have a couple of themes (some might call them a style) I tend to repeat a lot, referring to stuff we silly humanoids do, watch or think; in my … Continue reading

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Discussion: Using the large weekly planner

"I’m trying to revisit my organizing system, and the main thing I can’t decide on is how to use a weekly planner. I’m also using a small reporter for miscellaneous to-do’s, and have been using the weekly  planner for time-specific … Continue reading

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“MY FAVOURITE MOLESKINE” Exhibit comes to Beijing

15th May, Beijing, “MY FAVOURITE MOLESKINE”, an artistic exhibition organized by Moleskine Asia and emo+, is launched first time in mainland China. Since its Asian launch in early 2005, Moleskine has organized several exhibitions featuring the notebooks of more than … Continue reading

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Inspiration: Paul Poiret

Paul Poiret is best known for jettisoning the corset, thereby liberating women from the figure-distorting silhouettes that had existed in one form or another since the Renaissance. Poiret learned his trade in the 1890s, selling sketches to fashion houses and … Continue reading

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