Moleskine – still attractive

Which is actually the most important media factor? word, music, photography? Sometimes I suppose, word & music have lost the competition, photography is the winner. Maybe because it is the fastest medium? Transporting complex messages in seconds?
moleskine-inside
photo by Frizztext
on the photo: famous notebooks by moleskine: – other solutions by paperblanks or Nanu-Nana or Herlitz etc.
though magazines, television and internet are overwhelming us, empty paper still is attractive for us: a chance to find ourselves …
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there are exhibitions with very old moleskine books, featuring Vincent Van Gogh and Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway or Bruce Chatwin etc. – but I do not collect them (I’m not rich), I only buy empty moleskine notebooks (expensive in Germany) or cheaper copies by Nanu-Nana, Herlitz etc. – to fix my very own ideas …
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my cat Emily trying to understand, what I’m doing with all those paper blanks …
notebook-cat
compare:
http://designtaxi.com/news/354617/Flip-Through-The-Moleskine-Notebooks-Of-Famous-Creatives/

About frizztext

websites: 1 - my daily wordpress blog "flickrcomments" at FLICKRCOMMENTS, 2 - my own photos at frizztext, 3 - flickr group group: BLOG IT!

19 responses to “Moleskine – still attractive

  1. What’s with the moleskin notebooks? Did they send you some? I love them… ;-)

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    • there are exhibitions with very old moleskine books, featuring Vincent Van Gogh and Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway or Bruce Chatwin etc. – but I do not collect them (I’m not rich), I only buy empty moleskines (expensive in Germany) or cheaper copies by Nanu-Nana, Herlitz etc. – to fix my very own ideas …

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  3. Moleskine is also popular and famous in our country.The design is cool. :cool:

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  4. Da ist ja sogar Deutsche Standard-Kurzschrift in den Notizen? Gelernt hab ich die auch mal, aber nie angewendet.

    Die meisten meiner Texte entstehen bei mir auf dem Papier …

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  5. I guess I can understand that…
    I’m a very visual person, so if I have difficulty describing something in a conversation I find myself wanting to make a sketch… :)

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  6. I love Moleskine notebooks. I often use sketchbooks of that brand.
    Love your cat :-)

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  7. I carry one in my bag at all times….currently mine is hot pink! It is almost time to pick up a new one at my local bookstore.

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  8. you cat seems to be lost among them!

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  9. Pretty notebooks!!! Truly a house of facts and clever ideas.

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  10. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice.
    And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.
    (Steve Jobs)

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  11. The writer
    title=”The writer” by LH2O_LA, on Flickr – sent to my group BLOG IT

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  13. I am glad to see that it is not just my cat that sits in the middle of my notebooks!

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  14. Yeah but…Ever since when did worshiping money become a religious goal, and in what religion?
    Greed is not a religion, is a sin under all religions. See my confusion?

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