Monthly Archives: December 2007

World Record of Thickness

"My KM2P just before week review. I count a number of indexcard inside. There are 94 cards! It must be world record at the moment. 🙂 " Hawkexpress @ Moleskinerie/FLICKR 1 2 © All rights reserved. Used with permission. Originally … Continue reading

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Moleskine Books Clearance at

Mike Whybark sent this good news: We’re running an across the board clearance at Amazon – every item, Moleskines and more (with a few exceptions such as clocks) are listed at $1.99, plus our usual, Amazon-average shipping rates. We have … Continue reading

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Book:Working for the Man

Moleskinerie friend Jeffrey Yamaguchi over at 52 Projects has a new book: "The book takes a raw and humorous look at the workplace and offers up unique and offbeat ways to improve your work experience, ways to keep the relentless … Continue reading

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Brain Food

Oliver Zangiwell, who investigated memory loss in brain-damaged patients, owned a large, distinctive fountain pen. At the start of his first session with one new patient, he showed him the pen. When at the end of the session he showed … Continue reading

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My Moleskine: Vladimir Smokov

I have the moleskine sketchbook one year and periodically draw black patterns, then upload to my blog.So yesterday i have uploaded to blog the last page of my Moleskine. All pictures drawn from the period: November 2006 – November 2007. … Continue reading

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Moleskine in Kandahar

I have been drawing in Moleskine notebooks for about 4 years.  I used them to keep journals during a military deployment to Kandahar Afghanistan in 2004-05. When I knew I was getting deployed to Afghanistan I started collecting art supplies … Continue reading

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Explorer’s Notebook

Found this beauty in a bookstore in the little seaside village called Avalon, in Sydney, Australia. Explorer’s Notebook: Essays On Life, History and Climate The Penguin Group describes it as follows: An Explorer’s Notebook is an exhilarating selection of Tim … Continue reading

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