Yesterday I shared about one of my current favourite work spaces, the British Library. I took this picture not only to remind me of summer days spent there, but also of days hopefull to come. Whilst the pencil reminds me of home (the UK), the Moleskine notebook(s) isn’t just a real practical tool for recording dreams and plans, although, of course, I don’t need to limit myself to Moleskine notebooks to do this. However, the words it uses to describe itself actually do resonate and remind me of my own adventurous spirit, love of writing and global outlook:
Today Moleskine is synonymous with culture, imagination, memory, travel and personal identity – in both the real world and the virtual world. It is a brand that identifies a family of nomadic objects: notebooks, diaries, copybooks, bags, tools for writing and reading, designed for modern people on the go. The follow us around the world, identifying us at any latitude.
Moleskine accompanies the creative and imaginative professions of our time. It represents, around the world, a symbol of contemporary nomadism, closely connected with the digital world.