Despite living in a time when even our watches can take notes for us, Moleskine's paper notebooks continue to thrive—and partly because the company has been cleverly branding its blank tomes with pop culture icons that now finally include Batman.
Despite there still being a place for old-school paper notebooks in anyone's life, Moleskine is ensuring its products stay relevant as we become more and more dependent on digital devices. Today it's introducing an Adobe Creative Cloud-branded Moleskine notebook and app that makes it easier to get your sketches,…
Despite hundreds of keyboard and stylus accessories for your phone or tablet, a pen and paper is still the easiest way to take notes at work. And in their continued effort to bridge your gadgets and notebooks, Evernote and Moleskine are introducing a business-oriented notebook that gives you space for jotting private…
Sketching, jotting, or doodling in a paper notebook is one of life's simple joys, but more often than not we end up just tucking those notebooks away and never looking at them again. Mod Notebooks wants to change that, with a setup that digitizes your dead tree designs.
If you're an artist or designer with an iPad, chances are you have come across Paper, the elegant and fun drawing app. Thanks to Paper's new partnership with Moleskine, you can now free your sketches from digital purgatory and purchase an actual physical book of your art.
It started life as a limited edition wooden contraption that allowed its creators to film both sides of a conversation using a single iPhone. But the Love Box has now been reborn as the AbracadabrApp: A modified Moleskine notebook featuring a slot to hold your iPhone, a repositionable mirror, and a small collection…
Sort of like the literal MS Paint renditions of popular songs, this music video of Kanye West's visceral Black Skinhead draws out each of his lyrics inside the pages of a Moleskine for you to follow along. It's an art-filled music video inside a plain Moleskine. Like the pages are opening up to a pounding orchestra.
If you're looking for a more virginal note-taking experience, Moleskine has just the thing: it's just launched a new line of all-white notebooks for you to scrawl in.
Writing something down in a paper notebook is so satisfying. But digital backup is so reassuring. Wouldn't it be great to have both? That's the idea behind the Evernote Smart Notebook by Moleskine. So does taking a bunch of pictures of your pages really work?
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the compact audio cassette tape—which was invented by Philips back in 1962—Moleskine is releasing a line of notebooks featuring debossed color graphics on the cover making them look like tiny recorders.
At this point, one of the last things keeping most people from composing all their notes in digital form is that they're fond of physical writing. Old habits can die hard. Realizing this, Evernote and Moleskine have teamed up to create Moleskine notebooks specifically designed for use with Evernote.
Black is a timeless color. So is Moleskine. So it makes sense why everyone's excited about the notebook comes with all black pages.
As expected, Moleskine's app has been given a thumb's up by Apple and is now free on the App Store for iPhone and iPad. In true Moleskine style, you can write notes on your selection of paper, as well as sketch drawings; insert photos and even geotag your notes, too.
Moleskine: The brand that conjures up thoughts of those legendary notebooks. Now apparently, they're also expanding to include a Moleskine Traveling Collection.
The video doesn't give much away, but Moleskine's official blog has reported they're just awaiting Apple's authorization before the app is available to download on iPhones and iPads. I presume it's some sort of note-taking app styled to look like a Moleskine, but what would you like to see? [Moleskine via Moleskinerie]
What's life like inside the Moleskine factory? Every bit as timeless and beautiful as the notebooks themselves. Here's a scrumptious look at how the debossing process works, deep in the heart of Moleskine.