The history of writing goes back to the dawn of humanity.
In the Stone Age, we carved crude images upon stone walls. Then the
Egyptians gave us papyrus, and in the Middle Ages we took up quill and
parchment to record our history. After centuries of pain-staking
handwritten work, the printing press bloomed as our main means of
production of written material.
Then, in the 19th and 20th centuries, French bookbinders created the first Moleskine.
These legendary notebooks have long been used by equally as legendary
thinkers, including Van Gogh, Picasso, Oscar Wilde, Ernest Hemmingway
and Bruce Chatwin (whom actually thought up the name “Moleskine”). Be
you a writer, a sketcher, a painter, or just a very busy individual,
you’ll find a Moleskine notebook to suit your needs, in a range of
fabulous colours, and true to their original form.
Like something from a 1920s courtroom, Moleskine’s Report Notebook
heralds a bygone era of reporting on the spot. Nowadays, a notebook
like this is also handy for students or for professionals on the field,
being easier and more comfortable to write on than an ordinary notebook.
Reporter Pocket Plain Notebook features:
- Designed in Italy.
- Assembled by hand.
- Notebook opens horizontally.
- Contains 192 plain acid-free pages, with the last 24 being easy to detach (so that your notebook won't get ruined).
- Expandable inner pocket for stashing notes.
- Elastic band closure.
Dimensions: 9 x 14cm.