Monthly Archives: October 2010
Halloween is approaching and will be here in 2 days! We know that celebrations for this holiday are spreading quickly all over the world, and not only within Anglo-Saxon countries. Different traditions are related to Halloween, including trick-or-treating, wearing costumes … Continue reading
In addition to Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, and both simplified and traditional Chinese, now Moleskine.com speaks French too!
Images courtesy of Moleskine.com Also this week a nice article appearead on Telegraph about how much handwriting is still cool. Must read! (here the one from WSJ of last week) In an age dominated by the dizzying proliferation of digital … Continue reading
Thanks to Tim who sent us this email. Looking for a way to increase the scale and impact of his one thousand three hundred Moleskine drawings, Tim Baynes turned to mono printing. As the name suggests, a press, ink plates … Continue reading
New step in the Detour journey: Shanghai. The travelling exhibition of decorated Moleskine notebooks comes to Shanghai at Bund18. From October 21th to November 20th. Discover more here: http://bit.ly/aQm0p4 Following: While sketching on his Moleskine notebook, Detour author Zhang Yuan, … Continue reading
Nice article by Wall Street Journal about how handwriting trains the brain. What do you think? Is that right or not? Researchers are finding that writing by hand is more than just a way to communicate. The practice helps with … Continue reading
Here the new Planners/Dairies collection 2011, with a sneak peek at the new entries, two new endpoints in the collection dimensional range: the Extra Small, a super portable organizing tool for people who love miniature design and small writing, … Continue reading
Thanks to BoingBoing that linked this, we can now know a little more about the Blackwing 602 evolution into Paolomino Blackwing.