Another Moleskine Celebration

[Just when I thought I was out… they pull me back in.”
Michael Corleone]
Just when I thought I owned all types of Moleskine notebooks, here come more great editions!
And I cannot resist them!
This time they are the limited edition commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival with never-done-before custom cover art. I want to put exclamation points at the end of each sentence describing these books…..
First of all, I could not choose only one, so I had to buy all 4. When the package arrived, I was basically drooling while opening the box.

Each notebook includes a groovy postcard and far-out stickers. The graphics remind me of the covers of notebooks I used in school many years ago back in Italy…. great memories.

The notebook with a black cover and red de-bossed art, is the sketchbook, my favorite type of Moleskine: great thick yellowish paper, and it smells so good! No, I’m not crazy, read here about sniffing paper. In fact the others do not smell as good.

The red book has plain pages [but not as thick as the sketchbook pages], and the other two notebooks have ruled pages.

Showing below is the new 2010 “Color A Month” Daily Planner – Volant Box Set.

12 volant books, one per month, one page per day. So way cool…. you only carry one and keep the others all together in a nifty cover.
Finally the project planner, consisting in one sheet of heavy-weight paper with all year planning, folded into 54 accordion pages; two layouts for planning and tracking long-term and short-term projects. Fa-bu-lou-so!!!!



These things make me so happy, and I will be drawing and writing in them all year long. Yay!!!

Today I am grateful for Moleskine notebooks, one more time.

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