Book: Moresukine

Expat in Japan experiences all things Japanese as ordered online! Dirk lived in Tokyo, had a comics blog where he had people dare him to try all sorts of different things, exotic, disgusting, revealing, whatever!, in this land of the... Read More


Kydex Moleskine Cover

Jeff wrote us about a range of protective cases he made for notebooks, including Moleskine.   I am a graphic artist and designer of Kydex products for Tactical, Survival and everyday use. I use my Moleskine as a sketch training tool and... Read More


Tim Baynes: Moleskine to monoprint

  In London in October there is an exhibition Journeys by Tim Baynes (21 October – 14 November 2010) It represents unique view of cities across the world. The idea was born through six years of Tim Baynes’ far-flung business... Read More


Project: Turn a Moleskine into a travel journal

Notebooks conjure travel and adventure for many. More so when they are clad in these fancy cases by CÉLINE NAVARRO. It all begins thus: "Simply add double-sided tape on the front and back covers of your Moleskine journal…." LEARN HOW.... Read More


Snapshot: Irene and Man Yung

  Every week in 2010 we will shine the light on a Moleskine user across the globe, this week's snapshot is on Irene and Man Yung. If you want to be featured in upcoming weeks, please email us!  Name:  Irene... Read More


Room with a view: The Moleskine New York office

  Always a treat to visit the Big Apple and visit old friends. Here are freshly-uploaded snaps from the NYC office of Moleskine. Personal kudos to the photographer. I love the window sunset shot!:) VIEW THE FLICKR PHOTO... Read More


“Saint Lawrence Night”

  Our friend Andrea sent us a heads up on something to look upward to next month. "In Italy there is a tradition celebrated every year August 10th  called the “Saint Lawrence Night”. Legend has it that during this period... Read More


The Brainstormer

Andrew Bosely emailed us about a tool he's created. "I recently finished building a creative tool for writers and artists called the Brainstormer.  It started as a list of words in the back of my first Moleskine, but has since... Read More