Inspiration: Moleskine Covers


f5 has compiled a bunch of outstanding Moleskine cover art, from etchings to prints and many other methods. The one pictured above was not attributed but it sure caught our eye.

"I came across some interesting cover designs for Moleskine. They were so awesome I had to dig up some more so I decided to make a post on some awesome cover designs. Some of the cover are handmade while others are prints and even laser! Every designer should sketch often as it’s part of a design process to get your ideas rolling…"

Print it in Moleskine MSK format
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5 Responses to Inspiration: Moleskine Covers

  1. I am trying to figure out if that is a person with very small hands holding a small Moleskine or a person with very large hands holding a large Moleskine!

  2. chuck says:

    Sizes: You can prove this with your own Moleskine. It is a normal person with normal hands holding a pocket size, with maybe a bit of wide angle photography thrown in for good measure.

  3. I actually did try that with my own moleskine– I don’t know why, but that photo still looks funny to me!

  4. Sophie Brown says:

    I think it’s a child because of other things besides the size, they just look like a childs hands.

  5. Sophie Brown says:

    I was just trying it again. Even with fairly big hands I can position them just like this on a small molskine, I think most of the hand is positioned behind it sort of.

    What I want to know is that I couldn’t find the photos on F5 to see the covers theyre talking about.

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