Monthly Archives: March 2010

Special Edition: Jia Zhangke

  Moleskine Special Projects worked with MoMA to honor Jia Zhangke with a custom edition notebook. Jia Zhangke has emerged as the leading figure of the sixth generation of Chinese filmmakers and one of international cinema’s most celebrated artists. Much … Continue reading

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Moleskine Folio Professional

  A video with a special soundtrack introduces a new Moleskine® collection dedicated to the office environment. Learn more.

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Inspiration: Sistine Chapel

Sistine Chapel virtual panorama. This is probably the best way to see the Sistine Chapel aside from getting on a plane to Rome. (via Jason Kottke)  

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Snapshot: Noga Tarnopolsky

  Every week in 2010 we will shine the light on a Moleskine user across the globe, this week's snapshot is on Noga Tarnopolsky. If you want to be featured in upcoming weeks, please email us! Name: Noga Tarnopolsky Age: … Continue reading

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Pronunciation

The pronunciation of the world "Moleskine' can be quite a challenge, as the word is uttered uniquely by the individual rather than a group. Here is our take on how the word sounds, but we would like to hear it … Continue reading

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Video: Moleskine Passions Wellness Journal

Just in time for spring, the Moleskine Passions Wellness Journal has seasonal food calendars, food facts, measurements and conversions, 6 theme-based sections to fill in with Diet, Exercise Log, Personal Goals, General Health, Games, Inspirations, 6 tabbed sections to personalize and … Continue reading

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Snapshot: John Nichols

  Every week in 2010 we will shine the light on a Moleskine user across the globe, this week's snapshot is on John Nichols. If you want to be featured in upcoming weeks, please email us! Name: John Nichols Age: 29 Current … Continue reading

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Unemployed D.C. man giving money away to strangers

An unlikely notebook sighting in the streets of Washington, D.C. Here's a snip from the Washington Post: "The guy behind the meat counter is looking at Reed Sandridge kind of strangely. Giving away $10 every day to a stranger — … Continue reading

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Web Find: “Skinecover”

A new blog focused on customized Moleskine covers. Dazzling, diverse artworks and craftmanship from all over. 'SkineCover looks in Moleskine modifications, maintenance, cover options. As an extension of Molecover, we are likely to squeeze in some additional product information….The Molecover … Continue reading

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The Problem With Keeping Recipes a “Secret”

 "I am very much against the notion that recipes should be kept secret, or locked away.  I think it’s the absolute antithesis to the nature of loving food and of cooking.  And I should know, my grandfather is a baker … Continue reading

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