Keri Smith’s “little black book”

Keri Smith's post on her new favorite thing: " I have always been a big advocate of the "one book" for everything, and I still am. But while browsing in a bookstore I found these tiny little moleskins and decided... Read More


OPEN SESSION: The Moleskinerie Open Thread Discussion

Welcome to OPEN SESSION:  The Moleskinerie Open Thread Discussion. Moleskinerie invites you, our visitors to share your thoughts on a special topic. Today it is “Food Notes” “There is a communion of more than our bodies when bread is broken and... Read More


myDetour in Parma

June 7th marked the end myDetour 5x5exhibit in Florence. On Tuesday, June 9 the jury composed of Jolanda Pensa (lettera27), Paul Soraci (laFeltrinelli), Lucio Lazzara (Zetalab) and Raffaella Guidobono (curator of Detour events), examined the note-books, selecting the most interesting.... Read More


Update: Andrea Joseph

From our friend Andrea Joseph, one great big celebration of the Moleskine on her blog: "I thought I'd condense this travel themed Moleskine down to one post, so that it's not dominating the main page of my blog. Instead of... Read More


Challenge: The Moleskine Tower

Yoko Nakamuta from our partner site,, reports on a fun challange:) “・・・I tried to pile my Moleskines lengthwise.The result is on the picture, 5 Moleskines. For the moment, this is a world record, maybe?Welcome to try for a new... Read More


Moleskinerie @ Facebook: Ian David Marsden

Whimsical creations on Ian David Marsden’s Moleskine at his FB page. Ian graduated from the Formen + Farben Art School, Zurich and decided to start an apprenticeship as a graphic artist in a local advertising agency. While studying graphic design, Ian... Read More


Commissioned Moleskine @ Gapingvoid

“Moleskine 42”  Commissioned art on Moleskine notebooks by Hugh Macleod at the gapingvoid. Always the question:   how to access the rest of a good notebook when its framed but I guess if one page says it all, it’s worth... Read More


Detour Istanbul Update: Altelye70

  A fascinating example of the creativity shocased at Detour Istanbul. ATELYE 70 PLANNING AND DESIGN GROUP has been established in 1970. Since 1982 Prof. M. Arch. Hüseyin KAPTAN is the chairman of this group. From 2004 Arch. Doğu KAPTAN... Read More


The art of being poodle and other Moleskine comics

A smile-enducing series of scans from the notebook of Mattias Adolfsson's portfolio at Behance Network. From his website: "Freelance Illustrator living in Sweden with Wife and two daughters. My pen is a Namiki Falcon fountain pen, with this I use American... Read More