Monthly Archives: September 2007

Book: American Writers at Home

As he wrote Moby-Dick, Herman Melville imagined that his study had become a whaling ship’s cabin. In pencil tracings still visible today, William Faulkner plotted the intricate webs of his fiction on his walls. In these and myriad other ways … Continue reading

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Response to the M.bian Project

Remember that M. Bian concept by Patrick Ng? Somebody should fund this thing. "Wow, the response is great, thanks you all Moleskine fans for the support of the idea. Here’s some more pictures taken in 2005 to quench your thirst. … Continue reading

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Cool Tool: Leather Moleskine Notebook Cover

I have used Moleskine journals for years, but more often than not, by the time I’ve filled a journal, the spine is torn and in tatters. And because I write the journal number and date on the spine before putting … Continue reading

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GoogleMole?

"I sometimes go nuts looking for stuff in my notebook from months past…When is Google going to introduce “Google Notebook?” – John FedericoBrandBrains LINK [Originally posted 10.13.06]

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Project: My First Screen Printing

The RISO B6 was designed to be an affordable home screen printing kit for school children and novices alike. But its simplicity allows for so much. Sure you can’t make a screen printing to fill a tshirt with but its … Continue reading

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Philippines: WeeWillDoodle Moleskine Exhibit

Fresh from their recent doodling stints at Powerplant Mall and Embassy, the WeeWillDoodle group is again taking its doodling to a whole new level. This time it’s at Fully Booked, where their drawings will be exhibited on Moleskine Pocket Japanese … Continue reading

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A Map of the Truelove River

This early 20th century postcard, Shewing the Course of the Truelove River, charts that stream from its two headlands in the Fancy Free Plateau (Angelina River) and at Indifference Hill (Edwin River). Those two flows unite at the Falls of … Continue reading

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Menorca on Moleskine

A set of sun-drenched goodness from 4ojos’ recent trip to Menorca. "Minorca (Menorca both in Catalan and Spanish; from Latin Balearis Minor, later Minorica "minor island") is one of the Balearic Islands (Illes Balears Catalan official name, Islas Baleares in … Continue reading

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What’s in Savannah Miller’s bag?

Photo:ViewImages I love Luella’s bags – they are beautifully made and you don’t see them everywhere. Inside is my BlackBerry, which has changed my life; Ruby & Millie Face Gloss, which gives a natural glow and stops you looking like … Continue reading

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Featured Artist:Giorgio Vigna

Giorgio Vigna is an Italian artist and designer, especially known for his jewellery and sculptures. He extended his interest into the world of glass creating special projects and collaborating with Venini, Iittala and Salviati. His works have been shown internationally … Continue reading

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