Magazine B Issue 62 (Moleskine) is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). Famous as the legendary notebook used by artists and thinkers such as Picasso and Hemingway, Moleskine’s modern incarnation began in 1995 when a designer in Milan, Italy revived the previously discontinued production of notebooks as “the artist’s notebook.”

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    Magazine B Issue 62 (Moleskine) is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). Famous as the legendary notebook used by artists and thinkers such as Picasso and Hemingway, Moleskine’s modern incarnation began in 1995 when a designer in Milan, Italy revived the previously discontinued production of notebooks as “the artist’s notebook.” Since then, Moleskine has pursued a brand image of “a book yet to be written,” the notebook for contemporary personalities and innovative creators to record their creative aspirations. Moleskine has ultimately positioned itself as the new classic notebook.

    Years ago, when I was a fresh university graduate just beginning my career, I was very conscious about outfitting myself in a way that I hoped would convey competence and poise. I attended work meetings in pointy-toed heels instead of sneakers, and I was rarely on the go without my quintessential Starbucks take- out cup in hand. In retrospect, I was probably trying to convince myself as much as anyone else. After all, the look of the ambitious and stylish New York workingwoman was a powerful image to aspire to at the time, though it’s hard to say if the heels and the Starbucks actually added to the quality of my work. Steve Jobs’ iconic New Balance sneakers probably got people’s attention for similar reasons, more as a totemic symbol of ingenuity than as a pair of running shoes. And in the same vein, I once heard a stockbroker say his preferred accessory to pair with fine suits was a Timex wristwatch. I suspect his choice of timepiece also had a lot to do with the qualities— flexibility, or perhaps creativity—he wished to communicate.

    Discover Magazine B – Issue 62 (Moleskine).

    Magazine B is an ad-less monthly publication that introduces one well-balanced brand unearthed from around the globe in each issue. Between its covers, Magazine B not only shares untold stories behind the brand but also its sentiment and culture that any readers interested in brand marketing and management can leaf through with ease. Magazine B attempts to discover truly good brands from today’s market where countless brand-named products are overflowing. Magazine B pursues its quest for true value of a printed medium by becoming a magazine that would be worth possessing, not affected by advertisements since it receives no financial support from the brand, and maintains a unique and independent perspective which is increasingly disappearing due to overflowing information mingled among different media outlets.

    Magazine B dedicates each issue to the story of one specific brand, which is one of the well-balanced brands that JOH. discovers from around the world based on four standards: beauty, practicality, price, and philosophy. And each issue is packed with B’s unique insights and in-depth analysis. Magazine B will continue to search brands that it pursues to introduce cover-to-cover, such as Swiss recycled bag manufacturer Freitag and Japanese camping gear maker Snow Peak.

    Content: Magazine B – Issue 62 (Moleskine)

    EDITOR’S LETTER

    MEMORY LANE
    Memories of Moleskine notebooks

    TIMELINE
    A chronicle of core Moleskine items over the ages

    INTO THE MARKET
    The Moleskine shop and cafe in Milan, Italy

    OPINION
    Isabelle Boinot, artist

    LINEUP
    Moleskine’s brand-defining product family

    VALUES
    Symbolic elements of Moleskine’s trademark notebook

    ALTERNATIVES
    Competitors with their own edge

    OPINION
    Young-man Huh, cartoonist

    MY TOOLS
    The people who use Moleskine as part of their toolkit

    ON THE DESK
    Moleskines on a creative’s desk

    OPINION
    Sylvie Betard, stationery brand founder

    SHOPS
    Retail presence of Molekine in three European cities

    PAIRING
    Products that look even better with Moleskine

    RECORDED
    The power of records

    BRAND STORY
    Moleskine’s birth and growth

    MANUFACTURING
    A manufacturing process that prioritizes the environment

    COLLABORATION
    Special releases created through various brand collaborations

    CREATIVE RELATIONSHIP
    Moleskine’s four languages of creation

    TIMELESS THOUGHTS
    In the words of artists who created the Moleskine stories

    INTERVIEW
    Arrigo Berni, Moleskine CEO

    FIGURE
    Moleskine in numbers

    REFERENCES

    Details

    240 x 170 mm, 132 pages

     

    Article No. bfmagazineb0062 Published by Magazine B Manufactured in South Korea Available in English Tags · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home · Travelling Weight 580 g Dimensions 24 × 17 × 2 cm

    Magazine B Issue 62 (Moleskine) is available now at LOREM (not Ipsum). Famous as the legendary notebook used by artists and thinkers such as Picasso and Hemingway, Moleskine’s modern incarnation began in 1995 when a designer in Milan, Italy revived the previously discontinued production of notebooks as “the artist’s notebook.” Since then, Moleskine has pursued a brand image of “a book yet to be written,” the notebook for contemporary personalities and innovative creators to record their creative aspirations. Moleskine has ultimately positioned itself as the new classic notebook.

    Years ago, when I was a fresh university graduate just beginning my career, I was very conscious about outfitting myself in a way that I hoped would convey competence and poise. I attended work meetings in pointy-toed heels instead of sneakers, and I was rarely on the go without my quintessential Starbucks take- out cup in hand. In retrospect, I was probably trying to convince myself as much as anyone else. After all, the look of the ambitious and stylish New York workingwoman was a powerful image to aspire to at the time, though it’s hard to say if the heels and the Starbucks actually added to the quality of my work. Steve Jobs’ iconic New Balance sneakers probably got people’s attention for similar reasons, more as a totemic symbol of ingenuity than as a pair of running shoes. And in the same vein, I once heard a stockbroker say his preferred accessory to pair with fine suits was a Timex wristwatch. I suspect his choice of timepiece also had a lot to do with the qualities— flexibility, or perhaps creativity—he wished to communicate.

    Discover Magazine B – Issue 62 (Moleskine).

    Magazine B is an ad-less monthly publication that introduces one well-balanced brand unearthed from around the globe in each issue. Between its covers, Magazine B not only shares untold stories behind the brand but also its sentiment and culture that any readers interested in brand marketing and management can leaf through with ease. Magazine B attempts to discover truly good brands from today’s market where countless brand-named products are overflowing. Magazine B pursues its quest for true value of a printed medium by becoming a magazine that would be worth possessing, not affected by advertisements since it receives no financial support from the brand, and maintains a unique and independent perspective which is increasingly disappearing due to overflowing information mingled among different media outlets.

    Magazine B dedicates each issue to the story of one specific brand, which is one of the well-balanced brands that JOH. discovers from around the world based on four standards: beauty, practicality, price, and philosophy. And each issue is packed with B’s unique insights and in-depth analysis. Magazine B will continue to search brands that it pursues to introduce cover-to-cover, such as Swiss recycled bag manufacturer Freitag and Japanese camping gear maker Snow Peak.

    Content: Magazine B – Issue 62 (Moleskine)

    EDITOR’S LETTER

    MEMORY LANE
    Memories of Moleskine notebooks

    TIMELINE
    A chronicle of core Moleskine items over the ages

    INTO THE MARKET
    The Moleskine shop and cafe in Milan, Italy

    OPINION
    Isabelle Boinot, artist

    LINEUP
    Moleskine’s brand-defining product family

    VALUES
    Symbolic elements of Moleskine’s trademark notebook

    ALTERNATIVES
    Competitors with their own edge

    OPINION
    Young-man Huh, cartoonist

    MY TOOLS
    The people who use Moleskine as part of their toolkit

    ON THE DESK
    Moleskines on a creative’s desk

    OPINION
    Sylvie Betard, stationery brand founder

    SHOPS
    Retail presence of Molekine in three European cities

    PAIRING
    Products that look even better with Moleskine

    RECORDED
    The power of records

    BRAND STORY
    Moleskine’s birth and growth

    MANUFACTURING
    A manufacturing process that prioritizes the environment

    COLLABORATION
    Special releases created through various brand collaborations

    CREATIVE RELATIONSHIP
    Moleskine’s four languages of creation

    TIMELESS THOUGHTS
    In the words of artists who created the Moleskine stories

    INTERVIEW
    Arrigo Berni, Moleskine CEO

    FIGURE
    Moleskine in numbers

    REFERENCES

    Details

    240 x 170 mm, 132 pages

     

    Article No. bfmagazineb0062 Published by Magazine B Manufactured in South Korea Available in English Tags · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home · Travelling Weight 580 g Dimensions 24 × 17 × 2 cm
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