Category Archives: CONTEST
UPDATE – 10-29-2011 Together with Designboom, a leading online magazine, we have organized a contest of the best logo design. You are great designers and we know it. What would you do with a logo for our blog? Using the Moleskinerie … Continue reading
Thanks to you all! We had such a great participation! During these three days we got more than 150 tweet replies and they were all really interesting to read. As said we decided to store them all here, so you … Continue reading
Autumn giveaways are back and this is just the beginning! We would like to involve you in another tricky one that let you get: 1 Moleskine Smartphone Cover compatible with iPhone 3G and 3GS. HOW TO JOIN You will … Continue reading
Here we are. So, first of all we would like to thank each one of you for having submitted the answers via email. Secondly, the correct answers were: Snoopy St. Paul Pioneer Press Chuck Marcie’s Cousin April, 9th 1965 And … Continue reading
Hello everyone. We would like to welcome you to the next phase of Moleskinerie. Perhaps you already heard that Armand bid farewell a few days ago. First of all we would like to give a big thanks to Armand (and … Continue reading
Rebecca Hansen Drunk Literature When Moleskine and Foodista approached me about guest-judging their upcoming Recipe Contest, my initial response was, "Does Proust like his madeleines?!" Answer: YES. As a literature blogger, you may question the fit, but for me, books and food are the … Continue reading
It goes without saying, but thank you to everyone who participated in this contest. We had a great time reviewing your entries and reading your email. Some of the emails were just as creative as the submissions Rather than roll … Continue reading
Thanks for all your entries to our recent Tim Burton contest. You can view the submissions at our Facebook gallery, here.
Friend Michael Nobbs is running a competition to give away a Moleskine sketchbook (or maybe two!) with copies of the latest issue of his illustrated journal "The Beany" and booklet, "Start to Draw Your Life." Learn more at Michael's blog.