The classic calendar from Moleskine in a handy large format! With the practical weekly calendar you will see your week at one glance and there is still enough space for dates and notes. Moleskine offers the calendar in a vertical and a horizontal version.
The horizontal calendar shows Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday on the left, and Thursday to Sunday on the right page. The vertical calendar sorts the days at the upper border of the pages and leaves enough space for notes below.
An address-book that can be removed as well as used many years later not regarding the calendar is included in every delivery package of the Moleskine calendars. Moleskine produces its calendars out of chlorine-free bleached paper. Each book furthermore possesses a reading mark, a rubber band closure and an interior pocket for the address-book, credit cards or notes.
The Moleskine Books can look back to a long tradition: since nearly two centuries the Moleskine notebooks serve creative artists and thinkers like Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso and Ernest Hemmingway as important company for their thoughts and concepts.
Initially the Books have been manufactured by a small French bookbinder who sold them to interested people in Paris – the books hadn’t had a proper name at that time. In the 1980es the books weren’t sold anymore.
Soon afterwards Bruce Chatwind told the history of his notebook in his book “The Songlines”, which he nicknamed Moleskine. Moreover, Chatwin bought all books he could find of that kind. In 1986 a small Milan company picked up Chatwin’s thoughts and officially brought the books the market under the name Moleskine. The rest is history…
Meanwhile the name Moleskine is an established trademark. Many different books appeared under that name and people all around the world are accompanied by them every day.