Phil’s Stationery, NYC

Phil’s Stationery is a gem– assuming you like messy, dusty, old-school office supply stores, that is! I’d never heard of it until a few weeks ago when I happened to meet someone for lunch nearby and saw this amazing sign: There are so few stores like this left in NYC, especially in what must be […]

Moleskine Monday: Sample Sale June 8 & 9, 2015

New York is always a-popping with sample sales. They often take over vacant storefronts, and usually feature clothes– for certain brands, you’ll see lines down the block to get in. To me, it always seems like more mayhem than it’s worth, so I don’t tend to shop at them. But this is one I would […]

Famille Summerbelle Map Notebooks

These look cute… I love the intricate designs, which seem to be based on cut paper! Find out more at Discover our new notebooks! – Famille Summerbelle.

NYC Bookbinding Class: Make a Notebook

A bookbinding studio in New York is offering a class where you can make a pocket notebook, with elastic closure and back pocket. Could be a fun way to spend a few hours! It’s on April 20, 2013. Find out more at Full Tilt Bookbinding Classes.

Notebooks at BookMarc

BookMarc is the Marc Jacobs bookstore on Bleecker St. in NYC. They have a cool selection of old and new books, and some rather nice notebooks: The notebooks are all lined inside, seem to be of pretty good quality, and say they are made by Chameleon Like, Inc. On the company’s website, they offer a […]

Call for Entries: Moleskine Grand Central Terminal Sketchbook

Act fast, the deadline for this is approaching fast! Grand Central Terminal, one of New York City’s most beloved monuments, will celebrate its centennial in 2013. A year-long series of events and projects — from art commissions and exhibitions to presentations and performances — is in the works. The Architectural League, at the invitation of […]

New York Diaries

I’d heard about this book called New York Diaries: 1609 to 2009 and thought it sounded fabulous: for each day of the year, it gives an excerpt from the diary of a notable New York resident or visitor, including people such as Albert Camus, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Theodore Roosevelt, Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Mark Twain, […]

Moleskine Monday: Moleskine Words Comes to New York City

This sounds like a fun event… and it’s at one of my favorite NYC stationery stores. Maybe I’ll see you there! How many stories can be written with a box of 400 different words? How many can you create? Join author and host of the Happy Ending Reading Series, Amanda Stern, and MoMA educator and […]

Moleskine Monday: NYC Drawing

I found this image at a blog called Robobop that unfortunately no longer seems to be active. It was from a post about Moleskine drawings during a trip to New York City. I hope the blog comes back someday, I’d love to see more!

Moleskine Monday: Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares

“Dash & Lily’s Book of Dares” is a new novel by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan, the authors of “Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist.” In the book, two teenagers write messages to each other in a red Moleskine: Dash stumbles across a notebook that Lily leaves on a shelf at the Strand. He quickly solves […]