Moleskine Fine Notebooks
The legendary notebook used by European artists and thinkers for the past two centuries, from Van Gogh to Picasso, from Ernest Hemingway to Bruce Chatwin. These trusty travel companions held sketches, notes, stories and ideas before they were turned into famous images pages of beloved books.
These reliable travel companions are perfect for sketches, thoughts, and passing notes.
The line of classic notebooks has a cardboard bound cover with rounded corners, acid-free paper, a bookmark, an elastic closure, and an expandable inner pocket that contains the history of Moleskine.
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This soft cover adaptation of the classic hard cover notebook is a reliable travel companion perfect for sketches, thoughts, and passing notes.
It has a flexible cover with rounded corners, acid-free paper, a bookmark, an elastic closure, and an expandable inner pocket that contains the Moleskine history.
These reliable travel companions are perfect for sketches, thoughts, and passing notes. The line of classic notebooks is now available also in red cardboard bound cover with rounded corners, acid-free paper, a bookmark, an elastic closure, and an expandable inner pocket that contains the history of Moleskine.
A journal for all occasions, to keep notes, to fire thoughts. Soft, light, fits in every pocket.
These journals have a heavy-duty cardboard cover with visible stitching on the spine. Available in sets of three, in Black, Kraft, Red and Navy Blue, these slim journals include 16 detachable sheets at the back, a wide pocket for loose notes, and the Moleskine history.
The Volant Notebooks with soft cover come packed in sets of two, consisting of two different shades of the same colour except in black. The acid free paper pages are thread-bound and the detachable sheets are perfect for loose notes. Available in black, blue, green, pink and in the new 2009 colours, red and sky blue.
Inside the history of Moleskine.
Ideal for both visitors and city dwellers alike, this guidebook lets you organize things you want to keep for future reference or for your records such as the names and addresses of restaurants, shops, friends, hotels, or tourist sites.
The Key Map summarizes the overall layout of the city, including large-scale maps of the city centre, an alphabetical street index, and map of the metro system.
Up to 76 blank pages gives you all the space you need to write, jot down useful information, and record your thoughts, stories, and memories.
A personal 96-page archive keeps everything that matters most at your fingertips. 12 translucent sticky sheets, to overlay and re-position, allow you to trace your route as you go.
Bon voyage with Moleskine City Notebooks, the first guidebook you write yourself.
Moleskine makes a variety of specialty notebooks. Do you like to compose music? Perhaps Star Wars is your fancy? Moleskine comes out with themed notebooks and special formats. If we stock it, it can be found in this section. Please contact us if there is a line of Moleskines you want that we do not list and we'll try our best to accomodate you.
Sale price: $15.00
Moleskine makes a number of specialty items that are not notebooks but accessories to notebooks.
MOLESKINE IS THE LEGENDARY NOTEBOOK, USED BY EUROPEAN ARTISTS AND THINKERS FOR THE PAST TWO CENTURIES, FROM VAN GOGH TO PICASSO, FROM ERNEST HEMINGWAY TO BRUCE CHATWIN.
Moleskine is the legendary notebook used for the past two centuries by great artists and thinkers, including Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, and Bruce Chatwin.
This trusty, pocket-sized travel companion held their sketches, notes, stories, and ideas before they became famous images or beloved books. The little black notebook, with its typical rounded corners, elastic closure, and expandable inner pocket, was originally a nameless object. It was produced by a small French bookbinder, that supplied Parisian stationery shops frequented by the international literary and artistic avant-garde for more than a century. In the mid-1980s, however, it no longer became available. In his famous book "Songlines", Bruce Chatwin tells us the whole story of his favourite notebook, which he nicknamed Moleskine. In 1986, the original manufacturer - a family operating in Tours - closed down forever: Le vrai moleskine n'est plus are the lapidary words he puts into the mouth of the owner of the stationery shop in Rue de l'Ancienne Com'die also a legendary spot - where Chatwin stocked up on the notebooks. The English writer-traveller bought up all the Moleskines that he could find, but they were not enough.
In 1998, a small Milanese publisher brought the legendary notebook back to life under the name Moleskine, thus restoring a solid tradition, renewing notebookism, and sensing that mobile technologies needed to be accompanied by essential self-standing analog tools. As the reverent keeper of an extraordinary tradition, the legendary notebook once again began travelling the globe. Capturing reality on the move, preserving details, impressing the unique aspects of experience upon paper: Moleskine is a reservoir of ideas and feelings, a battery that stores discoveries and perceptions without depletion. With its various page styles, it accompanies the creative professions and has become an international symbol of contemporary nomadism. With this physical object, the art of taking notes has found new realms on the web and its communities.
Today, Moleskine is culture, travel, memory, imagination, and personal identity, both analog and digital. It is a brand identifying a family of notebooks, journals, planners, and guidebooks, with different functions, complying with a free mindstyle, both basic and emotional, and connected with the digital world through a huge network of websites, blogs, groups, virtual archives in the Internet.
The adventure of Moleskine continues to widen, and its still-blank pages will tell the rest.