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We love Moleskine Notebooks and Moleskine diaries at NoteMaker. We love them so much that we refuse to sell them anywhere near retail price! Our range of all the classic Moleskine Notebooks is available at discount prices below retail simply as a kind of secret handshake…from one Moleskine fan to another Moleskine fan. As a thanks for loving the Moleskine legacy and for sharing our love of the finest stationery and notebooks.
Further, we want to share your love for Moleskine. We ran an incredibly successful Annual Design Competition for 2009 featuring the Moleskine 2009 2010 18 Month diary. We embossed our winning design and made it available as a personalised Moleskine for you – our fellow Moleskine lover.
In the same way that Chatwin made his Moleskine his own, we offer and excel in providing expert custom notebooks – Moleskines of course – which we can emboss for you so you can have a fully personalised Moleskine notebook. A custom Moleskine cover for the notebook made to be personlised. Click through for more information about getting your very own unique Moleskine.
And finally, we love the Moleskine culture – Moleskine videos, Moleskine Art and Moleskine Stories…if you have any, pass them on and we’ll post them right here! It’s our Moleskine dedication, it’s our secret handshake from fan to fan!
Moleskine Video Of The Week
Check it Out! It’s our favourite Moleskine video for the week:
We love the Moleskine range! So many different notebooks (for work, for home, for friends…) it can be hard to choose…almost like a juggling act (especially with the new Moleskine Folio range)!
Moleskine Art of the Week
We love Moleskine Art – I mean, Moleskines and Artists go together hand in hand. There are tons of creatives out there – from professionals to dilettantes, portrait artists to doodlers, who turn first to Moleskine. So we turn to them, and salute!
Via 201169 on Skineart, we love the above use of a Moleskine plain notebook! 201169 also has a blog you should read: the background to this piece? Like all of us, he wanted a Lamy pen and that desire manifest itself in an outburst of pen, ink, colour and machinations. Just the sort of doodling that greater works spring from.
Moleskine notebook of the Week!
The all new Folio range has landed at NoteMaker and we love love the A3 Watercolour Album! Look at how big it is! Just what any art loving, ink loving, Moleskine loving type has gotta be loving!
Which Moleskine am I?
Do I need my Moleskine for work?
Countless professionals rely on their Moleskine notebook to help them through the day and to stay on top of things, to advance their career. If you need your Moleskine at work, try these on:
Moleskine Memo Pockets – You need to stay organised if you’re going to get anything done! Loose notes, disorganisation…these are the things which throw your day off. Who wants the stress of looking around for that bit of paper, for that business card, when you can file it in a compact, stylish and sturdy Moleskine Memo Pocket?
Moleskine Reporter Notebook – Inspired by the journalistic tradition, this top bound half notebook half memo pad is perfect for seminars, conferences, meetings and anything away from your desk. If you don’t write it down, you’ll never remember it! Available in Ruled, Plain and Squared pages.
Moleskine Address Book – The easiest, most long lasting paper based contacts record available. No more loose business cards and relying on word of mouth, pop your contacts here where you’ll always find them.
Do I need my Moleskine for prose?
Hemingway, Oscar Wilde and many revered authors turned first to their Moleskine for what would become tomes of beloved literature. If you’re a wordsmith, Moleskine is your partner.
Moleskine Classic Notebook – Available in Ruled, Plain and Squared pages, it is the most trustworthy partner and confidant imaginable. As Hemingway said, ‘There is no friend as loyal as a book.’ and no book quite like a Moleskine.
Do I need my Moleskine for art?
The seeds of so many great artworks, the pieces which enrich the canvasses of many famous artists, were sowed in a Moleskine notebook. There are many art focused varieties, so whatever your craft, there has to be a Moleskine in your tool kit.
Moleskine Watercolour Sketchbook – The Watercolour Sketchbook is the deluxe notebook – indeed, it’s more like a bound canvas – for any and all artists. For creating truly special pieces or just for those who love the best, 25% Cotton, 200gsm specially made paper and Moleskine style.
Moleskine Sketchbook – Heavy duty paper in this art-focussed sketchbook is the friend of the fountain pen. Great for everyday doodlers and lovers of ink.
Moleskine Japanese Album – Influenced by the Emakimono scrolls of Japanese culture, the Japanese Album is a unique fold-out format. Great for gifts, photo albums, sketching and story telling, it’s accordion pages always grab attention on display.
Moleskine Storyboard Notebook – If you’re in the process of visualisation, if you need to express yourself and your concepts through images and not words, the Storyboard Notebook with a handy format familiar to all graphic professionals and dilettantes is a must have!
Moleskine Music Notebook – For those who’s inspiration comes in melody and harmony, the pentagram layout of 8 staffs per page combines with the style of Moleskine – so endearing to great artists – to make this a must for songwriters and the musically prolific.
Moleskine Museum Notebook – Dedicated to Moleskine devotee Vincent Van Gogh, the Museum Notebooks come with either Ruled or Plain pages with a unique cover inspired by the unique chromatisms of Van Gogh.
Do I need my Moleskine for travel?
Starting from Niche Parisian stationers, the Moleskine notebook has spread out across the globe, taken by travelers to new lands, for new experiences and the same legendary appeal.
Moleskine City Notebooks – In the spirit of Chatwin, the Moleskine City Notebooks are the first city guide book you write yourself. Available for major European, American and "Asian"http://notemaker.com.au/products/moleskin-moleskine-city-notebooks-asia-hong-kong-beijing cities, Maps and clever layout, with a ton of unique features, they’re perfect for getting through any urban jungle and making sure you remember how the next time around!
Moleskine Info Notebook – Traveling is tough – you can get lost, end up with less-than-impressive meals, forget where that great nightspot was and get disorientated. But, if you have a Moleskine Info Notebook to store all of your essential pieces of info, you’ve got a self-made chaperone.
Do I need my Moleskine to survive?
Whilst the Moleskine notebook is at home in the hands of artists and business people, it’s also a vital day to day tool for those who appreciate heritage and style.
Moleskine Volant Notebooks – Even more compact, even more adaptable and in the coolest colours. If you love Moleskine and like something trendy to help through the day, choose your colour and capture your mood.
A simple black rectangle with lined, squared, or blank pages, held by an elastic band and an inside pocket for loose sheets. Perhaps history’s most trusted notebook, it guarded notes, stories, ideas, thoughts, art and impressions before they turned into the pages of beloved books, the canvasses of revered art.
Chatwin has said of his Moleskine – the notebook progenitors of his works from In Patagonia to On The Black Hill – that ‘Losing my passport was the least of my worries, losing a notebook was a catastrophe’.
And in the same way, owning a Moleskine is a must for capturing all thoughts, all inspiration.
A Moleskine diary isn’t just a diary. It’s a diary of legendary proportions. Countless numbers of the history’s greatest and most interesting characters have all carried their black Moleskine – the common thread from the chromatisms of Van Gogh to the witticisms of Hemingway!
It is doubtless that some of history’s biggest events found their first expression upon the pages of a Moleskine notebook or diary. Originally, Moleskine notebooks were sold at a Parisian stationery shop, frequented by the avant-garde. They took their Moleskines all over the world with them, and the word quickly spread.
And continues to this day to do so. Still amongst the avant-garde, yet permeating the business elite and the intellectual sphere, the Moleskine diary has been there – keeping the very passage of time.
For two centuries now Moleskine (mol-a-skeen’-a) has been the legendary notebook of creatives, writers, intellectuals and travelers. From gifted artists Henri Matisse (1869–1954) and Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890), to poet and leader of the surrealist movement André Breton (1896-1966) to perhaps the most influential writer of the 20th century – Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961) – and famous travel writer Bruce Chatwin (1940-1989).
Moleskine is the one true trusted travel journal. It’s not just the style, the quality or the legacy which attracts people the world over to Moleskine, rather, it is simply a well-made book that can be a trusted, a reliable companion that is always at the ready.
Travellers, professionals, writers, artists…the Moleskine legacy – it’s refusal to fade into ephemera, it’s persistence and longevity amongst the elite – shows us how simple tools assist, nay engender, inspiration
· Field Notes Blog loves Moleskine and is dedicated to reporting all the latest Moleskine News from the Field (even on Twitter too!)
· Moleskinerie is a great site for Moleskine junkies!
· Skineart is the perfect place if you’re into sketching, design and Moleskine! (Warning: have plenty of spare time!)
· Think you’re Moleskine obsessed? Don’t worry, there are others like you (and lots of em!) Check out Youtube for some cool Moleskine videos