Monthly Archives: January 2008

Lined Card Insert

Here’s a classic by Molly from ’06: I can’t write straight without lines, and there are the times I need to. Especially when I am using a dip pen and shellac based ink. So I printed a card with lines … Continue reading

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The Art of Tomás Hijo

Tomás Hijo works making books or parts of them. He can write, illustrate, design or compose one (althought he prefers not to do the last thing). His client list include the most important spanish editors, like Anaya or Edelvives, some … Continue reading

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Andrea Musso: “Music on my Moleskine”

An unusual exhibition of illustrations by Andrea Musso: portraits of international musicians taken during concerts, festivals and performances; both the drawings and the music are “live”. “I’ve never played any instrument nor sung, I can’t read a score; on the … Continue reading

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New Moleskine Volant coming in February!

"According to the Unilibro shop site new Moleskine Volant in different colors and size will be available in February. They’ll be soft covered and available in 3 size (a new extra small size, pocket size, large site) in black, blue, … Continue reading

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Recent Movie Sightings

Dave Bullock alerted us to a familiar notebook in this movie. Movie link Visit his blog. Also, Lani Teshima and Donald Friedman alerted us about Daniel Day-Lewis’ notebook in "There Will Be Blood": There are little peeks at what looks … Continue reading

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ADC Young Guns and Moleskine® Create THE UNDISCOVERED LETTER

The Art Directors Club and Moleskine® announce The Undiscovered Letter, a creative challenge to benefit lettera27, a nonprofit literacy organization dedicated to encouraging the right to education and access to knowledge around the world. The Undiscovered Letter is open exclusively … Continue reading

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Joseph Cornell: Navigating the Imagination

"American artist Joseph Cornell (1903–1972) has been celebrated internationally for his boxes, collages, and films since the 1930s. His mining of far-flung ideas and traditions and elegant integration of woodworking, painting, papering, and drawing define the innovation and visual poetry … Continue reading

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Featured Artist:Karim Rashid

Karim Rashid is a leading figure in the fields of product, interior design, fashion, furniture, lighting and art. Half-Egyptian and half-english, Rashid was born in Cairo, raised in Canada, and now practices in New York. He is best known for … Continue reading

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What’s In My Journal

Odd things, like a button drawer. MeanThing, fishhooks, barbs in your hand.But marbles too. A genius for being agreeable.Junkyard crucifixes, voluptuousdiscards. Space for knickknacks, and forAlaska. Evidence to hang me, or to beatify.Clues that lead nowhere, that never connectedanyway. Deliberate … Continue reading

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Moleskine Collages by Barry Silver

"back in december of 06 armand put me up as a featured artist. my life has been down hill from there…just kidding.actually living and teaching ashtanga yoga in Tokyo this past year.and still working on my moleskines collages.i wanted share … Continue reading

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