Monthly Archives: July 2007

Moleskine Kreisel

I discovered my first moleskine pocket diary in 2000; after that I used it everey year. I use it as a visual journal – every year a little bit more. You can see it in the picture: The latest moleskines … Continue reading

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Switching from a BlackBerry to my Moleskine

I just joined this group to obtain some ideas about how others use their Moleskine Notebooks. I had no idea what a Moleskine was until I saw one on Flickr. As someone who loves to write, it immediately captured my … Continue reading

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Moleskine in the High Seas

"As if the weather wasn’t hot enough, there was Marsha Masha Tsukanova, the editor of Kommersant Weekly in Ukraine." The Jaeger-LeCoultre Hawaii Trip Day 3 (13th June 2007) Report – The Real Live Test of Master Compressor Diving. LINK [Thanks … Continue reading

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Dressed-up Moleskine

I am a huge fan of Moleskines, and don’t want to journal in anything else. Most other journals that I run across have wide, fat lines, cheap binding, or are the wrong size and thickness. The problem is that there … Continue reading

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FREE MOLESKINE GIVEAWAY WINNERS for July 28

Thanks to the thousand plus (and growing) entries from around the world. Our winners for last week are: One winner asked her name to be removed Hannah Kook Dededo, Guam XUTAO ZHOU Beijing  People’s Republic of China Please check your … Continue reading

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Featured Artist: Tatiana Musi

Tatiana Musi was born in Mexico City in 1982. Musi received her BFA in painting from San Francisco Art Institute, and has also studied at Sokei Academy of Art and Design in Tokyo, the National School of Painting Sculpture and … Continue reading

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Ron Arias: Notebooks a family obsession

As near as I can tell, my writing habit began more than a hundred years ago on a cattle ranch in northern Mexico. That was when my grandmother, at seven years of age, wrote three words in a little notebook … Continue reading

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Green Tea After 6pm…

I am grateful for the chance to witness a moment when the universe stops to take a breath and admire itself. "Green Tea After 6pm…"By Pumpkinoodle @ Moleskinerie/FLICKR © All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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Featured Artist: Neil Dixon

More jaw-dropping Moleskine art by Neil Dixon View his works at FLICKRVisit his blog © All rights reserved.ND Greetings to our friends in The Palestinian Territory, Occupied, Wailuku, HI, Besigheim, lesund, Kaohsiung, Fox And Geese, Caracas, Pathum Thani, Courcouronnes, Ypsilanti, … Continue reading

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Foraging Nehalem Valley

In the last weeks of a long Oregon winter, everybody must be imagining last year’s summertime.  I am remembering fondly a particular day.  It was the end of that long Oregon summer, when the evenings just dabbled with early darkness. … Continue reading

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