Just for the heck of it, today I did a Google image search for “collection of Moleskines.” Here’s what I got:
This week’s addict emailed me these photos of her collection: Her favorite is the pink Moleskine. Next on her wishlist? A customized Smythson. I like how the pinkish color tone seems to recur throughout her collection despite the wide variety in colors and designs. Thanks for sharing your addiction, Neysa!
This is a pretty neat website, with lots of artists’ notebooks you can click on and see in their entirety: This one is by Fally Sene Sow, an artist living in Dakar, Senegal: See more at www.atwork27.org
Helen Ström is an artist who was born in Sweden, grew up in Spain, and now lives in Paris. I don’t remember how I discovered her blog but I love her beautiful sketches: See more at Helen Ström: Moleskine. Her watercolors are wonderful too!
I love stories about notebook fans who turn to producing their own dream notebooks when they can’t find them anywhere else! Justin Woo wrote to me with his own tale of how the Object Series notebook was born: “I had never come across a notebook I was actively searching for: black, flexible leather cover with […]
I absolutely loved this blog post– one man’s tale of developing the habit of writing in old diaries and journals, including original small-m moleskines, their modern brand name replacements, and the Boots Scribbling Diaries I mentioned in this post. Quoted at length, but please do check out the rest of the original blog post, by […]
This week’s addict was spotted on the F***Yeah Notebooks and Journals Tumblr page, a good source for notebook eye candy! Pepperguy says “I have a bit of an addiction.” I’d love to see more beyond this tantalizing glimpse of Moleskines and Field Notes! See more at I have a bit of a notebook addiction. […]
I tend not to review very many notebook-related accessories on this site. There are various pen-holders and notebook covers on the market but I am not usually interested in them, as I like to keep my notebooks pretty simple and unencumbered. But when I first spotted the Penroll, I was immediately attracted to it and […]
Emily Weiss, the founder of the beauty website Into the Gloss, counts Moleskines among her favorite things: “My most treasured possessions are my Moleskine notebooks, which I have gravitated away from using at the moment. But when I founded Into the Gloss in 2010, I used them all the time to sketch the site’s layouts […]
A photography book made from a Moleskine Japanese album, called “Le Ban des Utopies,” by Cyrille Weiner. There’s something very beautiful and simple about it… See more at le ban des utopies | silverpoetics.