Moleskine is heir to the pocket-sized notebooks favored by the likes of Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, and Bruce Chatwin, who referred to his favorite jotters as carnet moleskines for the similarity of the cover material with a mole’s skin. This classic version, filled with unruled pages for your sketches and notes, has a cardboard-bound cover with rounded corners, acid-free paper, a bookmark, an elastic closure, and an expandable inner pocket.
240 plain pages
5 inches x 8.25 inches
The first page of every Moleskine reads “in case of loss, please return to:... As a reward: $...” This was inspired by novelist and travel writer Bruce Chatwin’s musing: “Losing my passport was the last of my worries; losing one of my notebooks would have been a catastrophe.”