Monthly Archives: October 2007

Moleskine Pouch – Handmade in Austria

Found these on Etsy. Looks like they’re sold out though. Bummer. The WORKING CLASS HEROES oleskine pouch is made from 3mm grey german felt (the oldest fabric known to humankind) this is a really nice sturdy felt that keeps its … Continue reading

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“My First Moleskine”

I stumbled upon my first Moleskine notebook by chance. It was a few years ago, in a Barnes and Noble on a rainy day with my Mother. I am obsessed with notebooks and the process of writing, so upon setting … Continue reading

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Converting Moleskine into a custom weekly planner

More than a year after Mike Rohde presented this a do-it-yourself guide to converting a pocket-sized, ruled Moleskine notebook into a custom weekly planner we’re still getting tips about it: "After using the new custom planner concept for about a … Continue reading

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Moleskine Soft Cover – First Impressions

I just got my order of Moleskine Soft Cover books from Amazon.co.uk and I wanted to share some images and first impressions. Generally the soft Moles are pretty similar compared to the hardcover ones. The paper (as far as I … Continue reading

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National Design Week

On October 15, the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum will launch its first-ever National Design Week, an initiative aiming to elevate the role of design in everyday life. Centered on the museum’s National Design Awards gala, which takes place October 18, … Continue reading

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Moleskinerie (Part One of Three)

Friend Jonathan David Leavitt is writing a series of posts about our blog. Here’s a snip: "How did Moleskine get it’s unusual name? As I understand it, it was once made in France, where it was bound with a kind … Continue reading

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Featured Artist: Shintaro Miyake

Shintaro Miyake, born 1970 in Tokyo, Japan, is one of the shooting stars of the Japanese art scene. For his exhibitions he invents artificial characters, for which he designs costumes that he uses in his performances. For Miyake, “To wear … Continue reading

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75 Tips and Resources to Go from Amnesic to Elephantic

Jimmy Atkinson shares these tips for the memory-challenged: Many people expect increasing memory loss as they age, but this memory loss can be reduced or stalled with some simple memorization techniques, physical exercise, and a reduction of stress. In fact, … Continue reading

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The Art of Butch Belair

I am a freelance Photographer and CG artist. I started keeping a Moleskine sketchbook in 2005. My mother passed away and I was in a pretty bad place mentally. A friend of mine, Tommy Kane, (also an avid Moleskine guy … Continue reading

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Moleskine notebooks at the Frankfurt Book Fair

At the Frankfurt Book Fair, Moleskine meets the public through the show of illustrated notebooks! Through the special boxes, that is the tactile installation used for the Detour exhibitions, you can see and touch the notebooks of events that took … Continue reading

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