12 September, 2007

My Moleskine

Artist's Tape, Moleskine and Pencil


Sketch Box, Moleskine & Mouse



A Moleskine owned by
Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)
Notebook No. 53, June-September 1912,
9 x 13.5 cm
kept in the Musée
National Picasso of Paris




The sketchbook of
Vincent van Gogh (1888–1890)
Kept in the Van Gogh
Museum of Amsterdam


Moleskine Sketch books are the grail of bibliophiles, such as myself. I will post the few sketches that I do, warts and all, as I create them.

2 comments:

Robyn said...

Congratulations Casey, I'm delighted you have a Moleskine because it means you will probably be posting more of your sketches (which I really enjoy). I'm still a little inhibited by my Moleskines - I always feel I have to produce something worthy of them. So all my 'rough' sketches end up in their little brown cahiers books.

Casey Klahn said...

Yes, I wonder if having too many sketch books around is a bad thing.

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