Category Archives: Photography and Video
Cool new video by Conrado Almada using a Moleskine notebook.
Screen grabs from our friend Johnny of recent Moleskine sightings. There Will Be Blood There Will Be Blood is a 2007 film directed, written and produced by Paul Thomas Anderson. The film is loosely based on the Upton Sinclair novel … Continue reading
Urbane, urban and hip. Moleskine images by photographer Pauline D. Gayatri. "Etudiante en communication. Parisienne depuis peu. Photographie depuis 2 ans avec le Sony Alpha 100. J’aime les portraits, la publicité, le symbolisme et le conceptuel" Visit her FLICKR photostream … Continue reading
In the last weeks of a long Oregon winter, everybody must be imagining last year’s summertime. I am remembering fondly a particular day. It was the end of that long Oregon summer, when the evenings just dabbled with early darkness. … Continue reading
First Place: Jay Dunn, Taiyuan, Shanxi, China Jay Dunn, an educational consultant, lives in China with his wife, Zhao Ting Ting. The couple recently traveled to India for their honeymoon. Dunn took this photograph of a pilgrim’s hands in the … Continue reading
The Palm Beach Photographic Centre is a non-profit visual arts organization dedicated to the enrichment of life through exhibitions, community programs, photography and digital workshops and other educational activities that promote the arts of photography and digital imaging. With the … Continue reading
New, wondrous images from our friend, Erik Gauger. Oregon Testament Book IIINotes from the Road LINK © 2006 EG All Rights Reserved.
The streets of New York — with their clamor, hustle and snap — are captured in an exhibition of photographs in Washington, D.C. At the National Gallery of Art, black-and-white pictures by Walker Evans, Robert Frank, Helen Levitt and others, … Continue reading
"Twisted Tuxedo" By djzealot @ Moleskinerie/FLICKR© All rights reserved. Used with permission……………………………………………………..– Muji : useful + agreeable– Fetal Calligraphy Brush– 1939 New York World’s Fair Miniature NotebookToday on Notebookism