Monthly Archives: March 2009

Taschenbegleiter notebook covers

Andreas Reinhold emailed us about this range of notebook covers:" It's called "Taschenbegleiter" (like "pocket companion") and it is designed to hold your paperwork and notebooks. I works well with my moleskine and / or Cahiers. It's quite expensive, but … Continue reading

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OPEN SESSION: The Moleskinerie Open Thread Discussion

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: "Spring" "I'm as starry eyed and gravely discontented,Like a nightingale without a song to … Continue reading

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KOKUYO Systemic Notebook cover for Campus and Moleskine

Patrick Ng reports about a series of notebook covers by the Japanese company Kokuyo: "The Systemic series has 3 sizes (B5, A5 and A6) and two colors to choose from. Although the cover is specifically designed for Campus notebooks in … Continue reading

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Evan Wilson: The history behind Word In The Search

Evan Wilson invited us to his blog where he has posted an article about how he used a Moleskine notebook to capture and organize creativity. "Everyone is creative. People don’t tend to organize and focus that abstract creativity. Always have … Continue reading

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New Sharpie pen

People are talking about the new Sharpie pens from Sanford, said to be smudge-free. “Bold, permanent ink wont bleed through paper and resists smearing, when dry Durable fine point plastic tip delivers precise and consistent writing with minimal effort…” Check … Continue reading

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Inspiration: The Essence of Lines

Starting with a simple stroke, artists through time have expressed themselves through drawings and sketches. An online exhibition pays tribute. "From revealing preparatory sketches to exquisite finished watercolors, more than 900 works by artists such as Eugéne Delacroix, Honoré Daumier, … Continue reading

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A clock for identity designers

  fill/stroke's Tanner Woodford has a timepiece to remind logo makers of some of the most popular brands. "I chose to design a clock for identity designers. I thought this concept was particularly appropriate since identity designers must be aware … Continue reading

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Keane Fine: Using your Moleskine to apply for a job.

Keane Fine needs a job. "I am applying for a summer internship and I realized the best way to describe myself is through showing the one thing I bring with me everywhere I go, my Moleskine. I am a graphic … Continue reading

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If it’s Hip: The Moleskine Glass House Sketchbook

Nice mention of the The Glass House Moleskine® sketchbook: "This sketchbook is inspired by the site’s unique power of place, its role as a source of inspiration for architects, designers and artists, and the desire for visitors to pause, look … Continue reading

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Inspiration: Luca “Bean One” Barcellona

Luca "Bean One" Barcellona is a calligrapher in Milan, Italy. His motto reflects his passion.Scrivo per vivere. Vivo per scrivere. Above: "Alphabet Love" All rights reserved

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