Thermochromic Moleskine


Wikipedia defines thermochromism as "the ability of substance to change color due to a change in temperature. A mood ring is an excellent example of this, but it has many other uses…"

Apparently you can make thermochromic Moleskine covers, too. Sean Michael Ragan did. His notebook is part of the MoleskineAsia "My Moleskine 2.0" exhibit.

There's even instructions how to make your own. Check it out!
Print it in Moleskine MSK format
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3 Responses to Thermochromic Moleskine

  1. Emma S says:

    This is amazing! The question is, where do you find self-adhesive thermochromic film to do this yourself?!

  2. Sophie Brown says:

    Really cool and fun.

  3. Sophie Brown says:

    And yeah, I don’t think they carry this at the local drugstore.

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