Monthly Archives: November 2009

A Moleskine cover named Matt

Usual product naming protocol over at Millican bags, calling them after local heroes they admire. The leather Moleskine cover above is "Matt", a designer.  " Hand crafted in England using bridle leather from the only remaining traditional oak bark tannery in Britain. … Continue reading

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J. Herbin on Moleskine

A happy discovery as reported by Inkophile, a combiination of the right pen, nib and ink that was just right on a Moleskine. "The result was excellent. Not only is the writing nearly feather-free, the combination of ink color and … Continue reading

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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 “WHITE MOLESKINE” For the first time, Moleskine has created a white-covered Moleskine. Your thoughts. The … Continue reading

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Andrea Joseph sent us an email about her latest project.  "a little zine. My, er, 'Molezine'. I scanned and condensed one of my Moleskines into this tiny little booklet. Covers and all…" Though technically not a Moleskine notebook, the precious scans from … Continue reading

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Web Find: Art of Backpacking

Nice find on the Internets, the Art of Backpacking. Chockful of helpful advise from a couple of globetrotters. From their "About" page:  Who is Art of Backpacking? What is the Art of Backpacking? We’re Mike and Teresa and we developed … Continue reading

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News sketches from Robowhat

The latest sketches from Robert Scholten, an artist in Melbourne, Australia after a recent trip to Japan. Interesting use of different elements in the sketches on this batch, including stamps and lots of ink. About the scan above, he writes: … Continue reading

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Eternal love, or glitter.

We stumbled upon this quaint post by Victoria Hart, on her new Moleskine. Here's a snip. "I’m afraid it’s probably quite a letdown – I’m no art student, and my Moleskine isn’t a place for me to show off some … Continue reading

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A wider perspective: The Moleskine Panoramic Diary/Planner

Cheerful video to introduce the panoramic diary from Moleskine.  Turning the planner horizontally you have the whole week on two pages, the Panoramic Diary gives an ideal overview of the week's appointments and your personal "to do" list. A space … Continue reading

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Gone to the dogs

And I mean that in the most adorable way, as seen at BassetHound Town, home of Chaps and Emma. Pets are favorite subject of sketchers and writers. This repost is from '06: I came across this funny post while doing … Continue reading

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A Year in Color…Moleskine colors

Notebook enthusiasts are abuzz about the new Moleskine "Color-a-Month" planners – a set of daily planners with the comfort of a Volant. An individual Volant daily planner for each month of the year.  The set for 12 months are packed in … Continue reading

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