It’s always interesting to see what new products pop up on Amazon for the coming year. There are quite a few “Chapters Journals” in various colors and sizes– unusual ones for Moleskine, such as 3.75 x7,” 3 x 5.5,” and 4.5 x 8.25.” The colors include “old rose,” “tawny olive,” and “plum purple.” There are […]
This week’s addict was found on Flickr. The collection is impressive, and I love the way he’s taken the photograph! Asked by a commenter what he uses all the notebooks for, Edmo says “I just put notes in all of them.” See original at 006/365 – I.
This week’s addict posted the photo below on Flickr, titled “All the Notebooks I Used in 2013″. Looks like Moleskine, Leuchtturm, Pukka Pads, and Pocket Dept, all nicely lined up and labeled. And displayed in a nice almost-rainbow of colors! See the original at All the notebooks I used in 2013. #moleskine #leuchtturm #journal #journaling […]
This week’s addict posted this photo on Flickr with these comments: “The journals I have here with me in England I have no idea where the rest of my books are, but here is a pretty good spread.” From that, I deduce that she was just traveling to England or living there temporarily, and I […]
I came across this week’s addict on Flickr, where he posted this photo of about a year’s worth of filled sketchbooks: See more of the art within on Flicker at Completed Moleskines. That is except for color. | Flickr – Photo Sharing!.
This week’s addict was found on Flickr: What a lovely long shelf full of notebooks, almost no two alike! See the original at All sizes | the sketchbook shelf (2) | Flickr – Photo Sharing!.
Just some random images from Flickr– searching “moleskine” always brings up interesting stuff! Click through to Flickr to see more…
This week’s addict was another Flickr find. Lots of color and variety in this collection! See more on Flickr.
Today’s addict posted this lovely shot on Flickr: Make sure you visit Flickr to see the notes on the photo.
I love dense notebook pages like this one… I’m not sure what the notebook is, but I’m guessing it could be Quo Vadis, based on the page size and perforated corners. Photo by Periwinklekog on Flickr