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Rickshaw Moleskine Covers

Posted on April 22, 2009 Under Eco

San Francisco’s Rickshaw Bagworks (whose zero waste messenger bag was previously featured) is now creating customizable folios for Moleskine journals. The $50 folios include space for four pens and business cards and have a protected pocket perfect for receipts or…

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Modofly Moleskines

Posted on May 21, 2008 Under Design

The artist collective Modofly is all about creating products that inspire other artists. Their new series of laser-etched Moleskines give beautiful covers to already classic books. We've talked a lot about Moleskines and the people who have created some amazing…

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Behance Inspiration: Japanese Moleskine

Posted on March 7, 2008 Under Design

The Saint Petersburg, Russia design team Indeepop demonstrates their expertise in character design with their Japanese Moleskine Project. The team presents a unique set of characters, meticulously and continuously illustrated from cover to cover in a traditional Moleskine notebook. Indeepop…

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The Moleskine Project

Posted on October 17, 2007 Under Art

Anyone who fancies themselves a poet or painter will probably agree with the fact that inspiration seems to strike at the oddest of instances; most artisans will tell you that it's important to have a notebook on hand to record…

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Moleskine City Notebooks

Posted on April 24, 2007 Under Books

The newest from Moleskin, the City Notebooks are part guidebook, part journal; they have helpful maps, begging-to-be-used blank pages, and easy to navigate tabs. At this point, they cover a good number of European cities, as well as Boston, New…

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Happy Birthday Selfridges

Posted on April 29, 2009 Under Fashion

On May 1st, Selfridges, the high-end UK department store, celebrates its 100th birthday in style. Over the last century, Selfridges has remained on the edge of fashion and culture by collaborating with luminaries like John and Yoko, Salvador Dali and…

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Gift Guide: Travel

Posted on December 2, 2008 Under Travel

OHSO Presto: Read JS Review | Buy It ($7-$9) The world's sexiest toothbrush gets a colorful remake in bright, see-through colors. It's a good idea to give it to a girlfriend or regular couch-crasher who gets creeped out by your…

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SpearTalks: Chuck Anderson

Posted on August 29, 2008 Under Art

Ah, Chuck Anderson. Fresh, brave, and brilliant from all angles, we turned our sights towards this self-taught, Michigan-based designer in 2005, when the then 20-year old's portfolio was already competitive with those of players twice his age. Since then, Chuck…

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Working Class Heroes

Posted on November 20, 2007 Under Design

We get up at all times of the day. We work into all times of the night. We don't wear blue collars, but like the carpenter's belt or the laborer's lunch box, we bear the mark of our social class…

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Atelier Machado Notebooks

Posted on May 25, 2007 Under Books

I'm an enthusiastic user of Moleskine notebooks because they're high quality, but now that everyone and their mother has one now, I'm always getting paranoid about my roommates mistaking mine for theirs if I ever accidentally leave it laying around…

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