Here’s one more, with  Palomino pencils. Thanks  Charles! Images: ABF© 2006 More at... Read More


Amelie Kubrick Set

" This Amelie kubrick is available again for a little time. This set is features Amelie and the traveling Gnome. Amelie is a young Paris waitress who discovers an old box of childhood treasures hidden beneath her apartment floorboards, anonymously... Read More


AFK*: “The Flag Dancer of Glenview”

When the weather is just right you can see him on the corner of Lake Street and Waukegan Road in Glenview, Illinois. His blue coat says "Liberty Tax Service". You hear no music. He dances to the rhythm of his... Read More


Eric Gauger: The Howling Coast

Photographer extraordinnaire  (and Moleskinerie "Networker") Erik Gauger is back from his adventures in the Pacific Southwest of Nicaragua. The Howling Coast Visit his excellent site, "Notes from the... Read More


AFK*: “Cars? What cars?”

I was at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show over the weekend. You are invited to view my photoset at FLICKR. Images by ABF © 2006. All Rights Reserved. *Away From Keyboard An acronym used in online chat, e-mail, and newsgroup... Read More


Wyoming Border Collies

A typical day for a group of Border Collies working cattle on farmland near Wheatland Wyoming.    A photo essay by Moleskinerie pal Dan Milnor. California based photographer Daniel Milnor specializes in long-term, black and white documentary work relating to... Read More


AFK*: Art Institute of Chicago

Touch stone picture.At the "TOUCH" Gallery. Ravin’ at Rodin Paintdrops keep fallin’ on my head. Souvenir umbrellas at the Museum shop. Still life.Taking a pause during the audio tour. Related link: The Art Institute of Chicago Images by ABF© 2006.... Read More


Yann Arthus-Bertrand

We’ve seen Yann Arthus-Bertrand’s amazing aerial photographs: Here’s a child’s version: Yann Arthus-Bertrand Visit his official site. [Thanks... Read More


MyMoleskine in Taipei

Wired Dude Dave has some photos from the recently-concluded MyMoleskine exhibition in Taipei. Check them out. © All rights... Read More



"Sometime in the mid 1990s, I became interested in how many cities have a street named for Martin Luther King Jr., and how many of these MLK Blvds seemed to have an awful lot of abandoned property, scary-looking bars, and... Read More