Moly_X Moleskine Exchange in the news

Anna Denise van der Reijden wrote to tell us that one of the Moly_X Moleskine Exchange groups, Group 4 got featured in a Dutch newspaper, the Nrc Next last Friday. You can find the article with translation here. Congratulations on... Read More


El sutil encanto de un Moleskine

We recently got interviewed by Natalia Botero of the  the  El Colombiano newspaper in Medellin.The artwork is by Tim Baynes. Sorry but apparently there’s no online version. Previous press mentions Update: 4.6.08 Natalia sent this link. Muchas... Read More


Retro Writing

Courtney Reimer wrote on Newsday: "Kevin Johnston is a self-described "tech-geek" who takes pride in being among the first to buy the newest Apple gadgets as soon as they hit the market. But much as he’s obsessed with all things... Read More


Sighting: “The Namesake”

The Namesake describes the struggles between two first generation Indian immigrants, from West Bengal, to the United States, Ashima Ganguli (Tabu) and Ashoke Ganguli (Irfan Khan), and their children, Gogol (Kal Penn) and Sonali (Sonia) (Sahira Nair). The featured locales... Read More


Obsession of the moment

A nice post at the Chicago Center of Literature and Photography’s website: Of all the interesting mid-sized creative companies out there right now, few I think have done as good a job at painting a delicate and complex portrait of... Read More


Moleskine on CuatroTipos

Cuatro Tipos is a Spanish design and culture blog. They featured Gaby Campanario and lots of other Moleskine links recently. "Cuando se escapa de la redacción, a Gabi también le encanta dibujar las calles y la gente de Seattle. Escenas... Read More


Following the paper trail

There has never been anything quite so personal as writing in a journal, diary or notebook, especially in today’s look-at-me blogosphere. Writing in longhand is a private communion, and a personal bulwark against all things digital. Handwriting is the perennial... Read More