Monthly Archives: October 2007
I came across this funny post while doing site housekeeping:) "Moleskine 2005 Planner eaten by my Dog named Sophie Lee Ramos While dog sitting (and house sitting) for my ex-girlfriend her Beagel, Sophie Lee, decided that my brand … Continue reading
Getting around New York City can sometimes be a bewildering experience. Help is on the way. Now the city is experimenting with a new way to help people go where they want to go without wasting more steps than they … Continue reading
Terence Conran is one of the world’s best-known designers, restaurateurs and retailers. Born in 1931, he founded the Habitat chain, which brought good, modern design within reach of the general population. After the merger of Habitat with Mothercare and the … Continue reading
The City blogs of Berlin and Barcelona are now online! http://berlin.moleskinecity.com/ http://barcelona.moleskinecity.com/
I made this case for my iPod Touch (wedding present from my new husband!!) out one of my old Moleskines. I cut a section out of the bottom for the usb cable and the headphones, and lined it with microfiber … Continue reading
Contumacy Singh posted this intriguing Moleskine entry at our FLICKR group: "We later discovered that this person is a transsexual who runs an illegal operation injecting industrial-grade silicone into other men wishing to be women. She obviously partakes of the … Continue reading
A Moleskinerie friend wrote: "i was trying to figure out why i don’t ‘journal’ morebasically it is because my handwriting is illegiblei prefer to type. i remembered my buddy sam’s site pendemonium.com (beware office porn)has a whole section of penmanship … Continue reading
Congratulations to Tiffany Frost, member # 6000 of the Moleskinerie Group @ FLICKR. Join us!
Illustrator James Gurney (Dinotopia series) tries a new Moleskine mini watercolor sketchbook. "As usual, I picked a motif that was way too complex, so I was boggling my brain trying to sort it all out. I took a couple of … Continue reading
Awesome Citroën ad reminds us that some things are still better done on paper. Agency: H-Paris, FranceCreative Director: Gilbert ScherArt Director: Fabrice DelacourtCopywriter: Olivier DesmettreDirector: No Brain Clique!