Monthly Archives: July 2011

Be back soon

  We would like just to inform you that we are going to do some maintenance to Moleskinerie’s server during this weekend. Everything should be run normally during these days, but if you are going to encounter any issue do … Continue reading

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Shhh…Do not disturb

It’s one of the most famous signs all over the world. You can find it in every hotel, bed and breakfast or place to spend the night. It’s the “Do not disturb” sign! Why not add classy touch while telling … Continue reading

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The Hand Written Letter Project

We often talked about handwriting in the past and since we consider it more than just a way to communicate, we keep on exploring this involving field that not only can improve idea composition and expression but also aid fine … Continue reading

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Uncovered Cover Art

Last week end we left you with the Urban Sketchers event and today we would like to keep on talking about sketching. We received an email from Heidi , a children’s book editor and art lover, who highlighted us the … Continue reading

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Urban Sketchers in Lisbon

We just received this picture directly from Lisbon made by a couple of Italian bloggers (Domitilla and Maurizio) who are there for vacations. It’s from the  2nd International Urban Sketching Symposium where nearly 200 sketchers from more than 20 countries … Continue reading

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Cortona on the move

CORTONA ON THE MOVE is a unique event  held from July 21st to September 4th 2011, which is meant to become a reference point for photography in Italy and internationally. This first edition of the festival is focused on photography … Continue reading

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Pencil shaving art

Lately we have been talking about Art and its different way of expression. We have found the one of Kyle Bean really amazing. He is a Brighton based designer specialised in hand crafted models, set design and art direction. Here … Continue reading

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The color of things

Thanks to swissmiss we found out the website: The Color of. As described on the website: this is a system created to find out the colour of anything, by querying and aggregating image data from Flickr. It is an attempt … Continue reading

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An author a month: Rebecca Venn

After a little while you didn’t heard about it, we are back with the “Author a month” initiative and it comes with a looot of content for you all. As we wanted you to be more and more involved in … Continue reading

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Lost and Found: Car tires proof

This is the story about Jeff and his lost Moleskine notebook. Jeff lost his notebook, someone found it thanks to the “In case of loss” page (you can download and print for free on our MSK Templates area) that Jeff … Continue reading

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