We had a great week here at Abduzeedo with some super awesome posts, and I thought I would be really awesome to start the weekend with a super sweet post with doodles on a Moleskine! Kerby Rosanes is the artist behind these amazing pieces. He's a super talented artist as you can see here. His trace is simply fantastic and it definitely demands lots of effort and dedication to come up with such pieces. For more of it, please visit his portfolio at DeviantART! He'll definitely enjoy these. Cheers. ;)
Legendary Moleskine Notebooks continue to rock. These notebooks with soft paper, hard cover and an elastic band, carry out the magic of some great talented people who used them, like Oscar Wilde, Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway and Henri Matisse. Combine that with a compact size and good protection, it can travel anywhere with you without compromising the art inside. It´s no wonder that Moleskine Notebooks was and always will be one of the favorite notebooks of all time. Gabriele Brombin Michael Murdock Carol Rivello Heidi Burton Maykel Nunes Floksy Irina Vinnik Christian Borku michael hepher Andrew Maikov Andrea Joseph Anna Rusakova Guest author Ola, i´m Alexandre Ribeiro a creative freelancer with a passion for photography, illustration and interface design. Take a look at some of my work here.
Moleskine are definitely one of the most handsome notebooks out there. Artists get to use it to sketch a lot, and some use it as the final canvas for their work, like Rodrigo Enrique Luff. Rodrigo is an artist from El Salvador, but has been living in Australia for quite some time now to escape from civil war. I must say that these are absolutely impressive. True art in moleskine notebooks, and that's why Rodrigo is getting featured here. Most of these are as the title states, but some are not in moleskine, but it doesn't make less of them. For more of his amazing work you should check his portfolio at DeviantART. I hope you enjoy it! Cheers. ;)
Diego Morales is a graphic designer student from Bauru, Brazil. We have already featured his website on the Sites of the Week becuase we really dig its color scheme and style. Now let's show you a little bit more of the work this brazilian illustrator also known as Mediainvia. For more information visit Diego's website at http://www.mediainvia.com/, It's definitely worth it. Hello! 'm Diego Morales, a brazilian graphic design student and full time freelancer at the moment. Mediainvia is my graphic project and where i try to do just what i like. Hope you like it too! Moleskine