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Moleskine Fall 12 Catalog

Moleskine Fall 12 Catalog

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Moleskine's Fall 2012 Catalog of Products
Moleskine's Fall 2012 Catalog of Products

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Categories:Types, Brochures
Published by: ChronicleBooks on Aug 29, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


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New Products
Fall 2012
Today Moleskine is a brandthat encompasses a familyof nomadic objectsdedicated to our mobile identity.Flexible and brilliantlysimple tools for use in botheveryday and extraordinarycircumstances, ultimately becomingan integral part of our personality.
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The Moleskine® notebook is the heir and successor to the legendary notebooks used by artists and thinkers over the past two centuries: among them Vincent Van Gogh, PabloPicasso, Ernest Hemingway and Bruce Chatwin. A simple black rectangle that heldthe sketches, notes, stories and ideas that would one day become famous paintings or the pages of beloved books. In the mid-1980s, the notebook that Bruce Chatwin hadnicknamed “moleskine” became increasingly scarce and then disappeared completely.In 1997, a small Milanese publisher brought the legendary notebook back to life,choosing this literary name to revive an extraordinary tradition to accompany thecreative professions of our time.***Moleskine has always been synonymous with creativity and an inspiration for ideas,projects and spontaneous collaborations.Moleskine is championed internationally by groups of people who share images, videosand “hacks” of their notebooks through blogs, social networks and other online platforms.Moleskine also supports a series of cultural initiatives, workshops and exhibitions –for example,
, a travelling show of special notebooks by artists, writers,architects, designers and musicians from around the world, and
, a parallelproject aimed at new talents, art students and Moleskine enthusiasts. Both projectssupport the non-profit foundation
and are displayed in permanent galleriesat moleskine.com.The affinity between Moleskine and the creative professions continues to give rise tocountless unforeseen connections.Today Moleskine is a brand that encompasses a family of nomadic objects dedicated toour mobile identity; flexible and brilliantly simple tools for use in both everyday andextraordinary circumstances, ultimately becoming an integral part of our personality.Notebooks, diaries, journals, bags, writing instruments and reading accessories.Discreet travelling companions, natural partners to the inner self, satisfying our desire to express ourselves both on paper and beyond the page.***Moleskine is now also a series of collections that go beyond paper: bags, writinginstruments and reading accessories. They are the natural creative evolution of thelegendary notebook and are designed to live in harmony with it, thanks in part to aseries of modular accessories, clips, removable pockets, stickers and add-ons that offer plenty of scope for flexibility and personalization. Echoing the shape and personality of the notebook down to the smallest details, the three new collections – Travelling, Writing and Reading – include bags, pens and pencils, reading glasses and other toolsthat naturally complement one another, together forming a kit for the contemporary nomad. The Moleskine adventure continues, even beyond the page.
Moleskine: a legend on the move
 A legendary story Moleskineand creativity Moleskine today Moleskine beyond paper

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