Sure, the Moleskine is getting to be a bit of a cliche in the design world, but damn it if I don’t love mine.
My Moleskine shows simultaneously in 5 venues the work of over 80 Japanese and foreign graphic designers, musicians, stylists, illustrators and photographers. The exhibition places importance on the creative process rather than final artworks with artists using the historic Moleskine notebooks (those formerly used by such luminaries as Matisse, Van Gogh and Hemingway) to explore the evolution of what inspires an artist to choose certain creative directions while abandoning others.
5 venues: Aoyama Book Center – Aoyama, NADiff – Aoyama, Libro – Aoyama, Tsutaya Tokyo – Roppongi, Tower Records – Shibuya (TAB)
It runs until October 31.