Saturday, November 12, 2011
Every time I go to Barnes & Noble I gravitate to the Moleskine section. If you're not familiar, Moleskines are high-quality, stylish notebooks for writers, artists, journalists, or people in need of awesome notepads. My moleskine collection grows monthly, and some may call it an addiction, but I like to think it's justified. The paper is perfect for my sharpie pens and the books are flexible enough to fit in any purse. best. sketchbook. ever.
Anywho, the Moleskine website is fantastic. Artists can share their artwork with a community of moleskine lovers and visitors to the site can buy one-of-a-kind moleskines designed by artists. You can also browse through the catalogue and choose a custom moleskine for your needs.
Did you know there is a free moleskine app? There is.
It's available for iphones and ipads. It was hard to figure out at first, but I have the hang of it now.
Moleskine is not paying me (I wish) to promote their products. I just love them on my own. :)