Moleskine Monday: Cartoon

Spotted in a recent issue of the New Yorker: It’s funny, but also kind of a shame that writing in a notebook in a public place has to be seen as pretentious…

Moleskine Monday: Start-Ups Love Them

Just spotted this article: Why Startups Love Moleskines – The New Yorker, which notes that “the popularity of Moleskine notebooks seems to defy the widespread worship of technological innovations coming out of Silicon Valley.” Ok, that is a trend that has been talked about a lot, and I’ll actually read the rest of the article […]

Moleskine Monday: The New Yorker on Moleskine

The New Yorker has an article on their website about Moleskine’s history and new products: When Moleskine Went Digital. Much of it reads like it’s straight from a Moleskine press release, except for this key phrase towards the end: “Moleskine is very good at telling stories. The question is whether people are interested in hearing […]

Notebooks in the New Yorker

Lovely little spot illustrations throughout the Dec. 23 & 30, 2013 issue:

Calvin Trillin’s Notebook

I was catching up on my New Yorker magazines over the weekend and enjoyed this article by Calvin Trillin: Remembering the Freedom Riders. I also liked the accompanying photo of the author as a young reporter… with a notebook, of course!  

New Yorker Cover with Notebook

I liked this cover of the April 18th edition of the New Yorker, a lovely scene with a little sketchbook:

New Yorker Book Blogger Finds the Perfect Notebook

Thanks to a tip from a reader, I found this nice little post by Macy Halford, at the New Yorker’s publishing blog, The Book Bench: Not too tall, not too short, not too fat, not too thin, not too flimsy or with too stiff a spine. And most of all, not with lines too far […]

Filipe Jardim in a Moleskine

I love this image from a recent issue of the New Yorker, which appears to have been drawn in a squared Moleskine notebook: I checked out the illustrator’s website, and though I didn’t spot any other Moleskine images, I really like his work!