Monthly Archives: August 2011

Is handwriting still alive? Discover Écriture Infinie

Do you remember that sometime ago we asked you to carefully follow us about handwriting? That is the time. We are pleased to announce you that the Écriture Infinie project has landed. And it’s amazingly beautiful! Écriture Infinie / Infinite … Continue reading

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Hacks, hacks, hacks

Everyday we are amazed and astonished about the infinite uses of Moleskine notebooks around the world. The common practice called Hacking has been collected since a little while on myMoleskine gallery with a lot of amazing ones. But, everyday we … Continue reading

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Snapshot: James Whatley

Name: James Whatley,  Social Media & Marketing guy working in the mobile world. Website: WhatleyDude What is your current Moleskine notebook? I’ve got a normal-sized lined book [with AMICUS MENTHAI written on the front – from my friends at Mint … Continue reading

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SMS to Paper Airplanes

Christian Groß is an interface design student, a freelance designer with a focus on typography, information architecture and interactive design and visualization. We discovered his amazing work about data visualization called SMS to Paper Airplanes. He tried to visualize the … Continue reading

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An author a month: Alessandro Ulleri

The July’s “Author a month” has been chosen by you on our Facebook official page. He is Alessandro Ulleri. If you can suggest someone who is starting drawing notebook for the first time, is there any rule to follow? I … Continue reading

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Discover the World, one notebook at a time

We bet you are bringing you notebook with you during your vacations.  And certainly you are bringing a camera with you too! As a faithful travelling companion, take pictures of your notebook in front of famous monuments, emblematic places and … Continue reading

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Perseid Meteor Shower aka St. Lawrence Night

Last year we told you about the St. Lawrence Night in Italy, a lot of you commented on our entry on Facebook sharing the fact that this tradition is a lot spread (Spain, France, Poland, Brazil, Mexico). This year we … Continue reading

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A face a day

A-FACE-A-DAY is a self initiated project by an Austrian art director/ illustrator based in VIENNA, Sandra Reichl. After living in VIENNA (counting 1.7 million people) for more than 10 years, A-FACE-A-DAY decided that it is time to present the beauty … Continue reading

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3 questions for July’s “Author a month”

As we did last month for Rebecca, you have time till Tuesday August 9th to choose the 3 questions we will ask the winner of the Facebook poll: Alessandro Ulleri. Update: The interview is here!

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The new official American store

Finally we have the new Moleskine official American store ready for you! The entire Moleskine world is now within reach for American fans through a new official store, from coast to coast. Enjoy and tell us what you think!  

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