Category Archives: My Moleskine

Eternal love, or glitter.

We stumbled upon this quaint post by Victoria Hart, on her new Moleskine. Here's a snip. "I’m afraid it’s probably quite a letdown – I’m no art student, and my Moleskine isn’t a place for me to show off some … Continue reading

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One Week: A Visual Journal

Neat project by Dee Wilcox at Creative Perch. "My husband helped me create this little video of my Moleskine project in which I attempted to visually journal an entire week. It was a lot of fun and definitely helped me … Continue reading

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Out with the old

Fall is a poignant time for many, finishing one notebook and moving on to another makes it even more so for some. Dave shares his thoughts. "…It's time to retire one notebook and christen another. It's a bit odd, I'm … Continue reading

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This might as well be Discovery Monday on Moleskinerie. The blog "These Curious Days" traces the beginning of a love affair with Moleskine at a place called "Paper Tiger".. "I’ve been perfectly content with it through the years. Though most … Continue reading

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Found: “It’s Funny Because It’s True”

We wish we could have discovered the blog of award-winning illustrator Jason Seiler at a more cheerful time (this is a post on a recent trip to New York to visit an uncle stricken with cancer). His art inspires and … Continue reading

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Update: Moleskine Travel Journals of Erik Gauger

El Valle de Anton, Nicaragua, Great Guana Cay, Dominican Republic. Our old friend Erik Gauger has collected his notebooks into an easily-accessible compliation: "Instead of carrying around dozens of heavy guidebooks when I travel, I condense useful information into a … Continue reading

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Moleskine art that will make you gasp

Limeshot Design in Sydney has complied a shortlist of about 50 fine artworks done on Moleskine notebooks. "Moleskine art has become quite famous in the arts and design community, and stunning examples can be seen everywhere. Scroll to the bottom of … Continue reading

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Moleskine in class

Range (in Quebec) is trying out Moleskine to keep notes in class. "After asking around to see what was available, I finally bought a Plain Soft Notebook – Extra Large (19×25cm), which is almost 8.5×11″, standard school sized paper. I … Continue reading

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Found: “robowhat”

Robert Scholten is an artist based in Melbourne, Australia with works ranging from illustration, comics and paintings inspired by Japanese woodblock prints among others. Looks like Robert is on his way to Japan from the recent sketches in his blog. … Continue reading

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New: 100hikes.com

Our friend Kolby Kirk has opened another blog to document his new passion – hiking. "On May 4th, 2009 – a day as random as any – I decided I needed to get into better shape. Over the years, I … Continue reading

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