Sightings: “Shine a Light”

Reader Peggy A. writes:  "In the trailer for the new Scorsese documentary about the Rolling Stones, Shine a Light, it looks like Mick is using a Moleskine in one scene…." Official Movie Site... Read More


My Moleskine : Horatio Baltz

A Critical Analysis I got my first Moleskine as a promo type of thing from an old job I had in 1974.  It had that thin paper, you know?  It was graph paper too.  I wasn’t very familiar with the... Read More


Last-Minute Geek Gifts from Esquire

Sometimes the easiest solution is the obvious one. And while everyone loves having a cross-linked digital calendar, your life shouldn’t grind to a screeching halt because you forgot to charge your PDA. This is why writing things down on paper... Read More


The First Annual Moleskinerie Exhibit

We’re excited to celebrate the fourth birthday of Moleskinerie with a retrospective of selected works from our friends and supporters around the world. We would like to recognize this group of writers, artists, bloggers and thinkers who have been featured... Read More


Hublot Branded Moleskine

Our friend Chris Meisenzahl happily reports the arrival of a special notebook: "A new Hublot branded Moleskine journal showed up yesterday (thanks Mike!). It commemorates the Hublot Big Bang Monaco Yacht Club Limited Edition watch. The cover is embossed with... Read More


Adam Sporka’s “Thumb Calendar”

Adam Sporka has a nifty idea for our notebooks: How It Works First half of the year is on one side of the card, the rest of the year is on the other. The field of numbers is shared among... Read More


Featured Artist: Manfredi Beninati

Manfredi Beninati currently lives and works in Campagnano Romano, a small village outside Rome. In 2006 he won the Rome Prize, American Academy in Rome, and in 2005, he was awarded the Darc Prize for young Italian art Audience award... Read More


Etsy Finds

A couple of finds from Etsy, where tireless crafters turn cahiers and notebooks jackets into works of art: "…Anywho – here it is. It actually GLOWS in the dark. I can’t take a proper picture of it when it’s glowing.... Read More


The Principles of Uncertainty

"The Principles of Uncertainty is an irresistible invitation to experience life through the psyche of Maira Kalman, one of this country’s most beloved artists. The result is a book that is part personal narrative, part documentary, part travelogue, part chapbook,... Read More