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New Moleskine unveiled - and it's customisable!

customise your moleskin

Your favourite notebook just got even better

Here at Creative Bloq, we're well aware that you all love your Moleskines (opens in new tab). When we asked our Twitter followers which notebooks they used in their creative work, a staggering nine out of ten respondents spoke of their love for the fasionable brand of notebook produced by Milan-based company Modo & Modo.

Now, the humble notebook has gone one step further and produced this brilliantly customisable version; meaning you can now add your own touch to your favourite notepad.

The 'Moleskine Photo Notebook' allows you to customise up to 96 pages with photographs, artworks and even your own drawings. Don't worry though - the notebook still includes the classic open-flat stitched binding, rounded corners, an elastic closure and a handy back pocket.

customise your moleskin

customise your moleskin

customise your moleskin

customise your moleskin

[via Design Taxi (opens in new tab)]

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