Monthly Archives: August 2007

Another drone in the Moleskine army

The past few months I tried carrying around a little wire-spiral notebook but it just didn’t appeal to me.  My dad has done this for years, with great success, but I kept forgetting to write in it or check it.  … Continue reading

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International Sketchcrawl – Great Comp Garden, Kent

Katherine Tyrrell joins the International Sketchcrawl with predictably exquisite result: "This is my contribution to yesterday’s International Sketchcrawl. I’ve not been well just recently and walking has been difficult, so I couldn’t contemplate the normal sort of activities associated with … Continue reading

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Ten Things to Do Before This Article Is Finished

“Zen has no goals,” according to a traditional koan. “It is always on its way.” If so, Rachael Hubbard, a preschool teacher in Salem, Ore., will not be accompanying it. Ms. Hubbard has many goals — 78, to be exact. … Continue reading

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Thanks to the 2000+ (and growing) entries from around the world. Our winners for last week are: Rachel TaiWaterloo StSingapore George ChearswatSoi Nuan Noi, Ekamai RoadBangkok, Thailand Dervarics GergelyMagdolna SzegedHungary Please check your email and reply to the notification so … Continue reading

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Featured Artist: Suncica Perisin Tomljanovic

Suncica Perisin Tomljanovic. Born in Split, 1984, after a Degree in Fine Art in Croatia and the BA Fine Art at Central St. Martins College of Art & Design London, she did her first solo shows at AKA Gallery in … Continue reading

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More Scenes from the Life of Noah

The of Findlay, OH. reports "County flood damage staggering" so we’re relieved to hear from Gary: " I’m fine. Assume you’re referring to my latest post on the Biblical water we’ve been having here in the big metropolis of … Continue reading

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I’m Not There

The jury is still way out about Todd Haynes new faux Dylan bio-pic “I’m Not There”. Admittedly, on a torn piece of paper from a Moleskine, it’s an amazing concept, though lots yet to be revealed. The NY Times the … Continue reading

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Lake Putrajaya

Lake Putrajaya as viewed from Putrajaya Lake Club. On top of the hill are the King’s Palace (left) and Shangri-la Hotel (center). Putrajaya Lake is a 400 hectare man-made lake that surrounds Putrajaya City,  Malaysia’s Government Administrative Center. K.A. NordinMalaysia … Continue reading

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Gfeller Leather Moleskine Covers

Updating a story I (kind of) broke a few weeks ago, I got an email from Steve Derricott of Gfeller Casemakers last night with great news. Gfeller is now taking orders on their leather Moleskine covers. This cover for the … Continue reading

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Moleskine Exhibition in Shinjuku

I went to Moleskine Exhibition in Book1st Shinjuku. The Exhibition includes excellent works from public applications to Moleskine Travel Notebook Competition. There are surprising great works in the site. I gained inspiration from his/her notebooks. The Exhibition is being held … Continue reading

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