| MoMA NYC Planner |
| A limited edition of a 2010 Weekly Planner, with maps of New York |
City and of the MoMA exhibition space. Pages are reinforced for
hosting MSK print-outs.
15 different editions for 15 great directors, each featuring his signature and his complete filmography. They are given to the directors' friends and film industry professionals.
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· Agnieszka Holland
· Eduardo Coutinho
· Giuseppe de Santis
· Rainer Werner Fassbinder
· Ferzan Özpetek
· Milos Forman
· Goran Paskalajevic
· Michael Haneke
| · Abbas Kiarostami |
· Kim Ki-Duk
· Mike Nichols
· Pere Portabella
· Roberto Rossellini
· Spike Jonze (October 2009)
· Tim Burton (December 2009)
| MoMA Bauhaus 2010 |
Two limited editions celebrating the MoMA Bauhaus Exhibition, opening in November 2009. Available in MoMA locations and on moleskine.com. With semacodes on the paperband.
| Cahier Set || Exhibition Box |
|3 Moleskine Pocket Cahier, each screened with a different geometric shape in a different primary color. Inspired by artwork of Eugen Batz, one of the founder of Bauhaus.||A special Moleskine case, holding a set of 3 Cahier inspired by artwork of Eugene Batz, with a customized Pocket Notebook.|
MoMA Atlantic Pacific
Moleskine created a special edition for this art event, with graphic design inspired by urban transportation.
| Celebrating the MoMA / Moleskine connection, these are custom editions with MoMA headers, sold to the public via the MoMA stores in New York and online. |
Available as Large Sketchbook, Large Ruled Notebook, Pocket Squared, Notebook, Pocket Ruled Notebook, Pocket Plain Notebook.
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The relationship between artist and notebook is a natural one. Several years ago, the timeless connection between creativity and the blank page took form in a collaboration between The Museum of Modern Art and Moleskine. Originally a single custom notebook, today's relationship encompasses much more.
In both Tokyo and New York, MoMA's stores have hosted events and displays for Detour and myDetour, the traveling Moleskine exhibitions. More than a dozen limited edition notebooks have been created with the Department of Film and Video, recognizing the important cinematic contributions of international directors like Roberto Rossellini, Abbas Kiarostami, and Rainer Werner Fassbinder. Other limited editions have been created to record milestone events at the Museum, such as the New York Atlantic Pacific subway station project. So that art enthusiasts can have a place to record their inspiration, a line of classic MoMA Moleskine notebooks is offered to visitors of MoMA's stores and website.
And now, for the first time, the heir to the legendary notebook takes shape as a series of products inspired by MoMA. These first editions -- a New York City 2010 Planner designed to celebrate MoMA's iconic role in New York City, and a duo of products commemorating the 2009-10 exhibition, Bauhaus 1919-1933: Workshops for Modernity -- are yet another chapter in a story that continues to unfold.