Monthly Archives: May 2013

Photo Book Profile – Mark Thee

“My passion is creating environments that evoke an emotional response for my clients; a layer of design that isn’t tangible…the space just feels good.” –  Marc Thee, Interior Designer, Florida. Mark is our latest profile in our weekly Photo Book … Continue reading

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Special Edition WordPress 10th Anniversary Notebooks

“The mind needs both analog and digital spaces to play and create, and we see those two spaces working harmoniously for a long time to come. We hope people take the blank pages of these WordPress 10th Anniversary Moleskine notebooks … Continue reading

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Photo Book Profile – Adel Chan

Our weekly Moleskine + Milk Photo Book Profile series is featuring Adel Chan, a former IT consultant turned Photographer in Hong Kong. We loved the diversity in the images she captured and how she was able to visualize a year … Continue reading

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Photo Book Profile – Mick Guzman

Today we are happy to present our 2nd profile in our weekly Photo Book series, Mick Guzman. If you missed our last profile, make sure to check out Nate Larson’s profile here. With a passion for both cooking and photography … Continue reading

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Author A Month April – Anneris Kondratas

We are proud to present to you the April Author A Month – Anneries Kondratas. As with all previous winners, Anneris was selected by our fans. If you would like to be considered for the next Author A Month profile, … Continue reading

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Photo Book Profile – Nate Larson

Analog and digital is a never ending continuum to how we live life. We at Moleskine are always looking for new and exciting ways to play along that continuum and as you may have recently seen we partnered with Milk … Continue reading

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Web Finds – Paper Camera

Did you know that you can make a working camera with just film and paper? Here is a link we came across showing how to do just that: Dirkon There are many ways to be creative with making objects out … Continue reading

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Moleskine Detour Q&A

“A “Detour” is a different path drifting from the common, linear way. It is a free exploration that offers the possibility of getting lost in order to discover unexpected places. It’s like untangling the threads of imagination.” – Maria Sebregondi, … Continue reading

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