Category Archives: Personal
How are you going to spend this day? We hope with the ones you love. Are you planning to give a Moleskine notebook as a present? Tell us here or send us your pictures to our Facebook account and happy Valentine’s … Continue reading
Halloween is approaching and will be here in 2 days! We know that celebrations for this holiday are spreading quickly all over the world, and not only within Anglo-Saxon countries. Different traditions are related to Halloween, including trick-or-treating, wearing costumes … Continue reading
Thanks to Tim who sent us this email. Looking for a way to increase the scale and impact of his one thousand three hundred Moleskine drawings, Tim Baynes turned to mono printing. As the name suggests, a press, ink plates … Continue reading
We remember all those perished on September 11 and victims of terrorism all over the world.
What to do? This forum thread offers helpful, hopeful hint. "You may want to contact the taxi cab company. Esay to find if you remember what it was: G7, taxis bleus… Otherwise, if you have a receipt from the … Continue reading
Hi everyone. My name is Armand Frasco. I started moleskinerie.com on January 12, 2004. Today (July 16) is my birthday. To thank you for years of loyal readership and friendship, I'd like to personally raffle off 5 gift packages containing at … Continue reading
What a story to begin the week. "Alan Robertson, describes himself as a volunteer student pastor. Professional dreamer. Amateur blogger. Full time visionary. I work a day job somewhere in the mix…" hollowed out the back of a Moleskine, inserts … Continue reading
We remember all those who perished on September 11 and victims of terrorism all over the world.
I just want to share a personal photo I took from the Water Tower Place at yesterday's Chicago Air & Water Show. This moment will surely be a part of my journal. © 2009 ABF All Rights Reserved
England: Deep in darkest Essex my nephew John and his lovely bride, Natalie, are getting married. The sun shoos the clouds away from Ingatestone village. Everyone looks gorgeous, large hats occlude the view in church but not the enjoyment. The … Continue reading