Category Archives: My Moleskine

Moleskine in Africa

  Matt Reimer shared a post from his blog on a customized Moleskine "ruggedized" for his part of the world. A cloth cover, a pen holder, an SD wallet comprises the add-ons. As they say, "just add adventure." Thanks Matt! … Continue reading

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Kydex Moleskine Cover

Jeff wrote us about a range of protective cases he made for notebooks, including Moleskine.   I am a graphic artist and designer of Kydex products for Tactical, Survival and everyday use. I use my Moleskine as a sketch training tool and … Continue reading

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Tim Baynes: Moleskine to monoprint

  In London in October there is an exhibition Journeys by Tim Baynes (21 October – 14 November 2010) It represents unique view of cities across the world. The idea was born through six years of Tim Baynes’ far-flung business … Continue reading

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Robopop, home from NY

Illustrator Robert Scholten is back in Australia after a trip to NY and posted a couple of snaps from his notebook. "New York is an amazing place, and I still find myself missing the addictive energy. At the same time, … Continue reading

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Project: Moleskine Diary/Sketchbook Combo

Patrick Ng just did something drastic and good – a combo Moleskine Diary/Sketchbook in Leather Cover: "The day I decided to use the Moleskine 18 months weekly diary from July I knew I would have problem pulling out what I … Continue reading

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Inspiration: Trevor Henry

  Interesting photos of Toronto-based designer Trevor Henry's sketchbooks at Creative Overflow. When there is morphing involved things are bound to get fantastic.  "I've always loved to draw, and not a day goes by when I don't put down atleast … Continue reading

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Mt. Hood Moleskine Journal Notes

  Photographer and traveler Erik Gauger shares his latest mementos from a trek to Mt. Hood. Lately I've been using my Moleskine to collect items I find in the field. It's a great way to identify species and collect a … Continue reading

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Cow Portrait

  James Gurney, author of Dinotopia and Imaginative Realism shared this link with us. "Here's a post on my blog GurneyJourney featuring my Moleskine watercolor sketchbook in a close-up portrait of a cow." I've never been more thrilled, especially when … Continue reading

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Inspiration: Amy Nortman

Amy Nortman's concept of how Moleskine products would live within the world of adverts and billboards, meant to provide aspiration to the inspired soul. I love the piano Moleskine:) LINK

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Andrea Joseph: from start to finish

  Andrea Joseph, known for her extremely detailed sketches shares one of her latest creations, and shows how she did it from start to finish. “Unbelievably, people sometimes ask how I me how I make my drawings. Here’s a little … Continue reading

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