Monthly Archives: March 2008

Etsy Find: Jane Austen Notebook

Jane Austen + Moleskine = luxury list keeping. Or writing. Or sketching. Or whatever pops into that creative little head of yours. These were printed by hand on my Gocco. The silhouette of Jane Austen is from the first edition … Continue reading

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Kim Coles’ “Garden in Moleskine”

What delightful way to welcome Daylight Savings Time:) THE LITTLE LAND Little thoughtful creatures sit,On the grassy coasts of it. A Child’s Garden of Verses by Robert Louis Stevenson Currently, I am a Web Creative Director at an advertising agency … Continue reading

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Sketch as Legitimate IA Tool

The Geniant blog recently posted a fine article by T. Scott Stromberg, an Information Architect on sketch as a legitimate IA tool. "One of the greatest advantages of sketching is that it can become a foundational tool which can easily … Continue reading

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Meal Moles: Dubrovnik

Breakfast in Dubrovnik Dinner in Dubrovnik By Retro TravelerMore Moleskine + Foodie photos at Meal Moles View the First Annual Moleskinerie Exhibit. Discover and join our Moleskine communities on LiveJournal, MySpace,  Moleskinerie FLICKR, FACEBOOK and Meal Moles. Get out – … Continue reading

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by Howard Nemerov The cursive crawl, the squared-off charactersthese by themselves delight, even withouta meaning, in a foreign language, in Chinese, for instance, or when skaters curveall day across the lake, scoring their whiterecords on ice. Being intelligible, these winding … Continue reading

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Sighting: Michael Kors, Heidi Klum, and Victoria Beckham

Last night, I was watching the Project Runway Finale on Bravo. And lo and behold the judges; Michael Kors, Heidi Klum, and Victoria Beckham, were taking notes on Moleskine! Luke S. [Also, Danielle S.] [Thanks Kathryn!]

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Mail Call

From Rearden Metal:At the end of 2007 I entered a competition.  I didn’t expect to win anything, but lo and behold, near to Christmas a package arrived. From Tim Baynes: "I was delighted to receive may consignment of super-Moleskines They … Continue reading

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Call for Artists

From the "Unicorn" Moleskine people: Hey there artists! We had an amazing round last month with our super cool laser etched moleskines. Now its your turn! We are going to be doing a second and third generation of books in … Continue reading

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Retro Writing

Courtney Reimer wrote on Newsday: "Kevin Johnston is a self-described "tech-geek" who takes pride in being among the first to buy the newest Apple gadgets as soon as they hit the market. But much as he’s obsessed with all things … Continue reading

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Inspiration: Courtroom Sketch Artists

From Ironic Sans: In 1996, Supreme Court Justice David Souter told a congressional panel that “the day you see a camera come into our courtroom, it’s going to roll over my dead body.” While the controversy over whether or not … Continue reading

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