Monthly Archives: July 2007


Thanks to the thousand plus (and growing) entries from around the world. Our winners for last week are: Steve O’BrienWMGQ Radio Atlantic Highlands, NJ  Kerry-Anne GiloweyBrackenfellSouth Africa Maltsev StanislavSaint-PetersburgRussian Federation Please check your email and reply to the notification so … Continue reading

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Detour Artist Profile:Paula Scher

Paula Scher. For over three decades Paula Scher has been at the forefront of graphic design. Iconic, smart and unabashedly populist, her images have entered into the American vernacular. Scher has been a principal in the New York office of … Continue reading

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The Booksling (ver. Moleskine Mod)

Have Booksling. Will (help Moleskine) travel. Michael August Pusateri’s shows us how  "Recently, I saw that they now make something called a Booksling. As someone that uses a Moleskine notebook at the office daily, I was intrigued. I like to … Continue reading

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I want one: Bookinist

"We aren’t sure if this design is clever or crazy: Bookinist, a combination chair/bookcase with a reading light, cup holder, and a more few surprises that combine to give new meaning to the term "bookmobile." The arms and backrest can … Continue reading

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Gremlin Alert

Last night’s storms wrought havoc on my modem/cable box. Connection is slower than dialup. We’ll be back to our regular posting schedule as soon as this issue is resolved. In the meantime you are invited to visit our communities at … Continue reading

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Belize Sketchtoons

Mike Rohde just got back from beautiful Belize with a sketchbook filled with scenes from his trip. Sketchtoons from my mission trip to Belize, Central America, July 2007. This was a way to capture our visit to Belize in a … Continue reading

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The anal retentive guide to Moleskine 18 Month Weekly Planner+Notebook 2007-2008

I have been using a 2006-2007 18 month model — which, despite dire predictions has held up perfectly well, and I am now retiring it full of ink and pasted items, a bit thicker, and dark around the edges where … Continue reading

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Here’s a thought: Cahier Reporter Notebooks

"…why don’t they offer a version of the Cahier that opens like a Reporter? I remember when I was in the military, most of us with any type of responsibility would carry around these little green mil-spec memo notebooks to … Continue reading

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Patrick Ng’s Choices for Invitation Au Voyage

I was honored to be invited as one of the 4 judges for the Invitation Au Voyage Moleskine City Notebook competition last Saturday.  The panel includes Mariko Jesse, an illustrator and teacher; Winnie So, publisher of Little Cream Book and … Continue reading

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Stacy Julian’s Moleskine

Moleskinerie, Stacy Julian, scrapbooking maven and founder of Simple Scrapbook Magazine, is featured the video "Capturing Words."  She proudly hold up her writer’s notebook, pretty clearly a Moleskine, as evidenced by the strappy elastic band. Stacy has decorated the cover … Continue reading

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