Monthly Archives: March 2008

The Red Leather Diary

Rescued from a Dumpster on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, a discarded diary brings to life the glamorous, forgotten world of an extraordinary young woman. For more than half a century, the red leather diary lay silent, languishing inside … Continue reading

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The Undiscovered Letter

Disclosure will feature an exhibit of this elusive, not-yet letter as it has been conceived by the 27 finalists, from initial notebook sketches and scribbles to completed designs. An international panel of judges will further select personal favorites from among … Continue reading

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SXSW Interactive Moleskine Sketchnotes

  From our friend Mike Rohde: I’ve just completed scanning, tuning and uploading 34 pages of sketchnotes I captured in my pocket Moleskine sketchbook at SXSW Interactive earlier this week. I think the sketchnotes turned out well, and it was … Continue reading

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Call For Entries Artists of All Mediums: Circulation

The strength and value in art is located not solely in its visuality, but also in its ability to circulate as an object, or at the most basic level- its grounds in a circulating idea. Within a tiny droplet of … Continue reading

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The Notebook of Wendy Macnaughton

"i live in oakland and work in san francisco.  i draw people on public transportation, mostly in the SF Bay Area, on my way to and from work, during rush hour, twenty minutes each way.  always in a Moleskine. well, … Continue reading

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Moleskine in Manila: Butch Dalisay

By Karla Maquiling In this Q&A, multi-awarded Filipino writer and English professor Jose "Butch" Dalisay Jr. talks about his romance with the Moleskine and his fountain pens (he has a vast collection; in fact, one of his short stories, "Penmanship," … Continue reading

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Setting up a Moleskine

Another Moleskine has been filled up, and I started breaking in a new one yesterday. Enough people have asked how I use mine, so I thought I would share exactly how I set up and use my Moleskine journal. With … Continue reading

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Napoli on Moleskine

Since the eighties Galassia Gutenberg (an association) have been organized a national book-fair in Naples (Italy), to promote books, reading, learning and culture in general. It’s been some years that whithin this fair there’s an exhibit,  review called "In viaggio … Continue reading

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MoleskineCity Notebook: Chicago

Chicago, often called "The Windy City," is the 3rd most populated city in the U.S. Located on Lake Michigan, the city skyline is defined by its many skyscrapers, including the Sears Tower and John Hancock Center. The Moleskine Chicago, IL … Continue reading

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Moleskine @ Consumerist

From watchdog site, The Consumerist: Occasionally, people send us nice stories about customer service from companies that already have good reputations. While they’re not exactly the most exciting letters, it’s good to know that there are still a few pleasant … Continue reading

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