Monthly Archives: April 2008

moly_x_8 International Moleskine Exchange

. Follow the adventure of this group of artists from around the world, in a Japanese fold Moleskine sketchbook exchange. The LATEST & GREATEST group YET will conquer the world with their amazing art—or just have a HELL of a … Continue reading

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Update: What will people say about your journal when you are dead and gone?

Jesus.punx asked at Moleskinerie/FLICKR: I was sitting at Starbucks this morning writing in my Moleskine Journal. My wife was sitting across from me. The thought hit me, "I wonder what my wife/friends will say as they reads this journal… when … Continue reading

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Do you use both left and right sides of your moleskine?

Becka Lee: "DO YOU USE BOTH LEFT AND RIGHT SIDES OF YOUR MOLESKINE? DO YOU USE THE FRONT AND THE BACK OF PAGES?"… I use to use every inch of mine, I’d collage on the back sides if my ink … Continue reading

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The Red Leather Diary Book Party & Photo Exhibition

The Red Leather Diary: Reclaiming a Life Through the Pages of a Lost Journal by Lily Koppel Rescued from a Dumpster on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, a discarded diary brings to life the glamorous, forgotten world of an … Continue reading

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‘skine.art is now open

Benjamin Lee wrote to announce their new notebook art site: I would like to introduce our new site: http://www.skineart.com Skineart.com is a website dedicated to Moleskine lovers and their art.  The site is an open-submission platform for artists to share … Continue reading

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Handmade moleskine: a GTD planner for creative writers

For some time now I’ve been carrying around two Moleskine notebooks: a limited edition 2008 red diary (planner) and a large ruled notebook. The planner is for work and holds my Getting Things Done (GTD) system, including a calendar and … Continue reading

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Our backyard friend’s silhouettes

Part of my new silhouette obsession: Winsor & Newton Black Indian Ink atop delta ceramcoat atop gesso atop the pages of a Moleskine (heavy stock) sketchbook. We have no more critters in our backyard than anyone else, but I wage … Continue reading

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Chocolate Pencils

From Cool Hunting: "Chocolate-Pencils is the product of a collaboration pairing Japanese architect and designer Oki Sato with patissier (and Iron Chef champion) Tsujiguchi Hironobu, the man behind Tokyo’s boutique dessert shops Mont St. Claire and Le Chocolat de H. … Continue reading

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The Notebooks of Michael Pokocky

I have been writing in journals since 1987 and before that in spiral notebooks. I have been writing since I was 11 and am 53 now, so since I write everyday anywhere on everything that is a lot of writing. … Continue reading

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Moleskine Notebook Icons by Jeremy Salinas

I’m a long time reader of your blog yesterday i saw the Moleskine icons you guys featured, and i was a little disappointed to hear it was only for OSX, but it got me inspired to create some of my … Continue reading

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