Daily Design Inspiration #21: Moleskine Art

18 Jun
2010

A daily dose of eye candy to highlight artworks we find for your viewing pleasure and inspiration. This edition we highlight Moleskine Art.

History of the Moleskine: Notebooks with the same features as the present Moleskine notebooks were a popular standard in 19th and 20th century Europe, handmade by small French bookbinders who supplied the stationery shops of Paris. Moleskines have been used as war journals, as mind mapping journals for famous novelists, as sketch pads for famous artists and as meditations by famous philosophers, such as Oscar Wilde, Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway and Henri Matisse. Moleskines are manufactured by Moleskine Srl, an Italian company based in Milan. The company has even produced a Kindle Moleskine Cover.

Francesco Salvati

Francesco Salvati

NYLONATRONIK

mielconejo

mielconejo

Aya Rosen

Mistur Reese

ShutterJH

Original Bliss

pageofbats

Fred’s Scratchings

sharon NYC

alexandre soma

Paul Heaston

ink and clay

ink and clay

ohdearbarb

steev-o

fakeglue

pageofbats

megakazul

absurdite

demonlover11

shadowist714

MaximilianaYvert

Edgar T

1 Response to Daily Design Inspiration #21: Moleskine Art

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Michelle

July 2nd, 2010 at 2:40 pm

<3<3<3 so talented and inspiring :)

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