Monthly Archives: July 2010

Project: Create a Doodle About a Day Without Technology

 Interesting project by GOOD Doodles: "A day without technology can certainly mean different things to different people. We'll leave that to you. Perhaps it's 24 hours without a phone or television. For the very adventurous it could be a day … Continue reading

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Hello from your blogger

Hi everyone. My name is Armand Frasco. I started moleskinerie.com on January 12, 2004. Today (July 16) is my birthday. To thank you for years of loyal readership and friendship, I'd like to personally raffle off 5 gift packages containing at … Continue reading

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Moleskine presentation at Future Concept Lab

A nice Powerpoint show from Moleskine from Future Concept Lab. Show opens with the words "proximity, sustainability, transparency, sharing, and authenticity…"  Very interesting overview of a product that has gone global without a traditional ad campaign. Audio would have been nice. … Continue reading

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Snapshot: Harriet Earle

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

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Moleskine’s “What’s in your bag!” is now on FLICKR

After the success of Moleskine's "What's In Your Bag?" on Facebook, there's now a FLICKR group to accommodate those who wish to share the colorful and oftentimes curious flotsam and jetsam within their purses.  JOIN US @ FLICKR!  (Shown above: janina's photo)

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NPR’s Journal/Diary Project

  Anthony Stevens tipped us off to this NPR project of interest: As part of the Hidden World of Girls project, NPR is collecting intimate diary entries. With enough of them, they could form a comprehensive tapestry — from elation … Continue reading

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Snapshot: Isabelle Boinot

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

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Sketchbook 101

  Core Art Skills' Ben Mounsey on the humble sketchpad and how to make the most of it. The humble sketchbook is greatly underestimated as an integral part of a designers working practice, certainly with those using a predominantly digital … Continue reading

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Robopop, home from NY

Illustrator Robert Scholten is back in Australia after a trip to NY and posted a couple of snaps from his notebook. "New York is an amazing place, and I still find myself missing the addictive energy. At the same time, … Continue reading

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Project: Moleskine Diary/Sketchbook Combo

Patrick Ng just did something drastic and good – a combo Moleskine Diary/Sketchbook in Leather Cover: "The day I decided to use the Moleskine 18 months weekly diary from July I knew I would have problem pulling out what I … Continue reading

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