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
Another fabulous Flickr find: See more at excess | Flickr – Photo Sharing!.
Every page of this notebook is beautiful: For a larger view, see the original on Flickr. Found via J.W.K: Moleskine Art.
This week’s Notebook Addict goes by “^C^assie Mae” on Flickr, and here’s her stack of used journals: See more at her Flickr page. Thank you to Speck, a reader of this blog who nominated this week’s addict!
Monica posted this nice stack of journals on Flickr: There isn’t any commentary, so it’s hard to tell if she’s truly an addict, but I think anyone who photographs a nice, worn-in stack of notebooks so lovingly must surely qualify! See more on Flickr.
Imagine buying 100 at a time! From a Flickr user: One Hundred (and three) Moleskine Notebooks I have just finished writing my book on Moleskine notebooks titled “Moleskine: How to make use of the “legendary” notebook”. I wanted to send a Moleskine notebook to each and every book reviewer and prominent reader of the book, […]
I love the caption: “they look like square oreos.” moleskine pyramid on Flickr – Photo Sharing!.
A reader named Jonel sent me a link to her Flickr page, where she has some great photos of her prodigious notebook collection: This photo only captures about half the spread– it was too big to fit in one shot! (The Flickr shots are tagged with notes.) And it doesn’t end there, as Jonel added […]
Che Moleman’s images often seem to pop up when I’m looking at Moleskine-tagged photos on Flickr. His collection goes beyond Moleskines, though, as you can see below and in other images in his photostream: