Posts Tagged ‘Moleskine’
March 16, 2012 | by The Paris Review
Over the holidays, hundreds of you received our special, limited-edition Paris Review Moleskine notebook. Now, we want to know what adventures they’ve been on! Send along photographs or scans of the sketches, poetry, prose, ideas, thoughts, doodles, and dreams your notebook has inspired, and we’ll publish a selection on our site!
Submit your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org.
December 8, 2011 | by Sadie Stein
We’ve been waiting with bated breath for these limited-edition Paris Review Moleskine notebooks to arrive at White Street, and now they have! It’s the iconic notebook we all know and love, stamped with our original logo and featuring a quote on the frontispiece from Dorothy Parker’s 1956 interview. Can you imagine a better stocking stuffer? Neither can we. And we’d be lying if we said we hadn’t already snatched a few for our own personal use! Get ’em while they’re hot—with a year of The Paris Review, it’s a wonderful gift.
November 23, 2011 | by The Paris Review
Beloved by writers and artists for more than a century, the iconic Moleskine notebook has paired up with The Paris Review for the ultimate stocking stuffer. Embossed with The Paris Review’s logo and featuring a Dorothy Parker quote from her 1956 interview, it’s already on the wish list of everyone at 62 White Street.
Kaweco, one of the world’s oldest pen companies, created the Sport fountain pen in the 1920s for “ladies, officers and sportsmen,” but we use our special Paris Review Sport pen for grocery lists. It’s tiny and compact, but when uncapped, it’s the perfect length for writing. Takes a standard cartridge.
We can’t stop awwwing over these adorable onesies, made of 100% cotton and printed with a hand-written Paris Review logo. For slightly older friends, choose from toddler and youth tees in a range of vibrant colors.