Monthly Archives: June 2010

Cow Portrait

  James Gurney, author of Dinotopia and Imaginative Realism shared this link with us. "Here's a post on my blog GurneyJourney featuring my Moleskine watercolor sketchbook in a close-up portrait of a cow." I've never been more thrilled, especially when … Continue reading

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Project: Moleskine iPad case

The Geek Collective takes the Moleskine where no notebook has gone before with this project – an iPad case. Brandon explains the "Why" part: "Putting a case around an Apple product gives me mixed emotions. Apple puts so much devotion … Continue reading

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Bruce Chatwin and his notebooks. Interview to the wife Elizabeth

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Storage option: Paper

Friend Johnny Gamber tipped us off to this excellent piece by Daniel Rutter at Dan’s Data. “I just spent a while playing with an unusual data storage option. That unusual storage option is… paper. But not paper with boring old … Continue reading

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Review: Rickshaw Bags Moleskine Folio

"Adventure Life" has a review of Rickshaw's Moleskine Folio. Steve  Casimiro writes: "Without a doubt, the folio changes the minimalist Moleskine experience, but you’re richer for it. On a recent trip to Europe, I always knew where my passport was, always … Continue reading

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Inspiration: “Spring Onions”

A friend pointed out this simple yet elegant (but exquisitely detailed) sketch of spring onions by Kathleen Reitz, a children's book illustrator.  A reminder that spring is upon us and it's time to take out that notebook and fill it … Continue reading

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