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Moleskine Van Gogh Small Memo Pockets, Blue


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  • 6 cardboard and oilcloth pockets for holding tickets, documents and memories. Imported from Italy. 3˝" x 5˝"
  • The future is unwritten. Take up your pen and shape it.
  • A special edition of Moleskine crafted by Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum in Spring 2002. Six brilliant material colors in silk shantung, inspired by Van Gogh's vibrant palette. On the band, an excerpt of one of six famous paintings, each selected as the special insiration for the book. Equipped with an internal leaflet holding information on the artist's works and note-books.The acid free paper pages are thread bound.
  • They also have an elastic closure and an expandable inner note holder made of cardboard and oilcloth and a removable card with the moleskine history.
  • A great way to get things done! Pocket-sized - junk your PDA!

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Technical Details
Brand NameMoleskine
Item Weight2.7 ounces
Product Dimensions5.5 x 3.5 x 0.5 inches
Material Typeleather, paper
Manufacturer Part NumberMBG14-B
  
Additional Information
ASINB000FN69DY
Best Sellers Rank #436,356 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.7 ounces
Date First AvailableDecember 13, 2003
  
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The Legendary Notebook of Hemingway, Picasso, and Chatwin.

This long-standing tradition was continued by writer-traveller Bruce Chatwin who used to buy his moleskines at an old Paris stationery shop in Rue de l'Ancienne Comedie where he would always stock up before embarking on one of his journeys. Over the years he had developed a veritable ritual. Before using them he would in fact number the pages, writing on the inside his name and at least two addresses across the world, and a message promising a reward for anyone finding and returning the notebook in case of it being lost. He even suggested this method to his friend Luis Sepulveda, when he gave him a precious moleskine as a present for a journey they were planning to undertake together in Patagonia. And there was no doubt as to how precious it was, given that at the time even the last moleskine manufacturer, a small family-run firm of Tours, had discontinued production in 1986. 'Le vrai moleskine n'est plus' was the short and curt statement of the owner of the stationery shop where Chatwin had ordered one hundred before leaving for Australia. Despite having literally swept up all the Moleskines he could find, they were not enough. Now, the moleskine is back again. This silent and discreet keeper of an extraordinary tradition, which has been missing for years, has set out again on its journey. A witness to contemporary nomadism, it can once again pass from one pocket to another to continue the adventure. The sequel still waits to be written and its blank pages are ready to tell the story.

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By citymom VINE VOICE on January 1, 2009
This makes the perfect repository for all my receipts and post it notes. Don't know how I lived without it.
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