Stealth Moleskine Map

Ever tried unfolding a map in an unfamilar city? Ben Light's Moleskine hack helps solve the problem.

"I entered the Moleskin 2.0 Exhibition contest. My idea is to use the fore-edge of the notebook. When you fold the notebook length-wise (when the spine practically touches the long edge of the back cover), the fore-edge of the pages fan out. Only when the notebook is folded this way, does a subway map clearly appear. This is due to the fact that the map is printed on the edge while the notebook is positioned like this. You can hide the fact that you are consulting a subway map and be spared the embarrassment and scorn from locals…."

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©2009 BL

3 thoughts on “Stealth Moleskine Map

  1. I bet you get points for originality. I made a baby book and this it the “after project” blues when I can think how to make improvements. They say since we were shortlisted that we get 3 moleskines upon receipt of the project (which is good because it cost me $11 to mail it to Hong Kong). But this I never have seen before.

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