Featured Artist: Joanna Gniady

"Moleskine is one of the things I can’t do without. It is an obsession, addiction, everlasting love. Full of memories and dreams, quotes and poems, names and ideas, it is a kind of map, showing where I have been, where... Read More


Moleskine Techniques from Hollis Brown Thornton

Artist  Hollis Brown Thornton has kindly shared the techniques used in those  stunning artworks: My Moleskine drawings are pages I take out of the 5 x 8 inch sketchbooks, which makes pages 8 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches. I simply... Read More


Minimalist sketching kit

Moleskinerie pal Katherine Tyrrell is back from her desert adventures and blogging about it: "Technically – this was what I worked out as the minimalist sketching kit to be carried in my ‘bumbag’ (which I think might be known as... Read More


Moleskine Detour on Italian Newspaper

Moleskinerie pal Benedetto Loffredo  alerted us to this latest online showcase of the DETOUR series. "Just to let you know that one the biggest newspaper in Italy (the second I believe) called Repubblica on his site published a gallery of... Read More


Introducing Moly-X 13

From an ever-growing cluster of artists-on-Moleskine around there world: I’d like to share with you my Moleskine Exchange Group, Moly-X 13.We are four talented artists living in the USA, The Netherlands, France and Spain, with four distinctive, colourful styles. We... Read More


Update: The Undiscovered Letter

On April 3, 2008, the Art Directors Club hosted a diverse crowd of 400 at the ADC Gallery for its Disclosure event. A launch party for ADC Young Guns 6 as well as an exhibition of finalist work for The... Read More


New works from David Navas

Graphic artist (and prolific Moleskine user) David Navas  has updated his blog. David Navas has created animation and motion graphics for television channels including MTV, Mun2 and The Locomotion Channel, shown his video projections at the Winter Music Conference, Art... Read More


Man Writes Poem

by Jay Leeming This just in a man has begun writing a poemin a small room in Brooklyn. His curtainsare apparently blowing in the breeze. We go now to our man Harry on the scene, what’s the story down there... Read More


Portrait Inking on the OQO Model 02

Interesting post by Ken Hinckley on a pocket PC and a notebook. "The OQO Model 02 is almost the same size as my Moleskine Pocket Sketchbook. I suspect this is no accident. To illustrate the point, I scanned them side-by-side.... Read More