Monthly Archives: March 2009
Doug Patt show us how to write like an architect in this YouTube video:"The basic drafting tool for an architect when working by hand is a parallel rule. You can also use a t-square. Ill be using an ames lettering … Continue reading
Boaz, a photographer emailed us about his new art website. He writes: "As a practicing artist I was bothered by the fact that only very wealthy people could afford my work. I thought art should become accessible to more people… The … Continue reading
Derek B. at Moleskinerie/FACEBOOK: I think most of us agree that it feels like defacing a personal possession when you write in a shiny new Moleskine for the first time. And a lot of times we hate the idea of … Continue reading
Welcome to a OPEN SESSION: The Moleskinerie Open Thread Discussion. Moleskinerie invites you, our visitors to share your thoughts on a special topic. Today it is: "Notebook use through the seasons" Many people write or sketch in the colder months … Continue reading
Cool colors, neat design and a bubbly blurb caught our attention: "Talk about helpful – if we don't write it down these days we're not going to remember it! Thanks to these adorable notebook covers we have a sturdy, fun … Continue reading
Two legends in one picture from Victor Hsu of Moleskiner.cn in Shanghai. Looks like they need a designer out there.
Henrik Heigl shared this DIY project for a penholder on a Moleskine made out of an (old) lanyard. Learn how to make this sturdy and sleek accoutrement to your notebook at his website, Braincache.
Elliot Essman, James Beard Foundation Award nominee and food writer contemplate his quest for matters fine and essential. "Wine, women and song are often mentioned in conjunction. In my own case, this is no empty cliché. I’ve been a dedicated … Continue reading
Lá le Págraig sona daoibh go léir!
Lianne Burwell emailed to tell us that the latest episode of the podcast The Sniffer has one of the topics described as "Cathi Bond describes the huge popularity of the Moleskine line of notebooks in Japan (via Japan Times)" "Basically … Continue reading