New York City Stories – A celebration of Sketching

The first episode of Moleskine City Stories in New York City is a wrap. It was the fun day we predicted it to be, as the Moleskine stores in New York City were taken over and turned into a sketcher’s … Continue reading

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Moleskine Author A Month April – Ray Eng

With the fan vote in, canadian sketcher Ray Eng has been selected as our April Author A Month. Moleskine fans loved his artwork on myMoleskine, but when we reached out to Ray to write this feature, little did we know … Continue reading

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An Author a Month – April Finalists

Thank you to everybody who shared their artworks on myMoleskine last month! We received close to 200 fan uploads, and we were glad to see so many new contributors. We have selected the uploads of the 3 most prolific artists … Continue reading

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The 140 meter tall Moleskine tower (and other #MoleskineFacts)

The official Moleskine Instagram @Moleskine_World recently reached 10.000 followers. That’s not a bad achievement for a new account like ours. 10.000 followers should make for at least 10.000 notebooks, right? If all our Instagram followers joined forces and stacked their … Continue reading

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New York City Stories – Meet the Urban Sketchers

The May 17th appointment with Moleskine New York City Stories is getting closer, and is looking to be a great celebration of sketching and art as a whole. Visitors at the Time Warner and Soho Moleskine Stores will have the chance to … Continue reading

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Moleskine Author A Month March – atmosfrozen

It’s been a tight race, but here we are with Moleskine March Author A Month, atmosfrozen. This young man’s talent is as bright as his sense of humor, and if you’re the type of person who struggles finishing artworks, keep … Continue reading

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Digital – Analog, made seamless: Moleskine Evernote Business Notebook

If you are a professional, you’re probably used to balancing digital and analog everyday on the workplace. Which means, you’re probably going to love the news just reported on the Moleskine website: the brand new Moleskine Evernote Business Notebook is here. … Continue reading

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Not-Books templates, for unique Moleskine page layouts

How many people do you know, whose handwriting matches yours perfectly? Probably none. Handwriting is among the most personal traits in each of us, as unique as finger prints. So why only choose between a few kinds of different page … Continue reading

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Moleskine Author a Month – March Finalists

Here we are, right back at it again with another edition of an Author a Month. The previous editions have featured the work of some truly remarkable artists, and this one is looking to be no less: just take a look … Continue reading

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A Creativity Challenge: Hot or Cold?

The contrast between warm and cool color inspires accomplished artists and amateurs alike. Just browsing through myMoleskine, we came across a host of great color-based artworks, many of them showcasing amazing mastery of the warm vs cool color scheme. So this is … Continue reading

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