Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Moleskine Hoarder

Always exciting to get some new moleskines in the mail, especially if you get one of yours back (even if you find it might need to have a little more work), but this many sitting unfinished in one's house. It makes you a hoarder. Someone let me send them on to you!

Moleskines in this photo:
(top to bottom) Jan's from molyX3 (perhaps dead, not Jan, the group), Szaza's second round MolyX13, Ooli's (molyX-71), Mine; molyX71... and the last two waiting to go on their journeys for the Alice in Wonderland and The Pirate moleskine exchanges.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Shakespeare moly

Just to share the latest moly that has come home......perhaps we could have a special blog/ area where we can post moly movies? its not as good as seeing them in real life, but nearly :-)

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Opening Night for moly_x_portrait7

Fun to see seven molys by seven artists up on the wall. Great to see the artists, too. We all made it to the opening. These books are from moly_x_portrait7.

Friday, April 30, 2010

a small exhibition

Hi folks, i am having a small exhibition of my paintings and have managed to get hold of two of the museums display cases to show off some of our work......I have put a link address to the group in the info, lets hope it gets some new and enthusiastic members :-)

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Meeting Moly-Xers

Life has a funny way of monopolizing your time and you end up forgetting important pictures on your hard drive. What a thrill it is to meet a fellow Moly-Xer. Back in August, I met our very own Chris, the Rebelpapa, and handed him Chensio's book from Moly-X34. Chensio, your book travelled with me from Istanbul to San Francisco, to New Hampshire, where it was delivered safely to Chris. A bit longer than posting it, but much more fun.

I can't believe I neglected to post this.

I also had the good fortune to meet Anna Denise while I still lived in San Francisco, back in 2008. Here I am handing over Laura Ansa's Moly from Moly-X13, to the lovely Anna Denise.

In some way, it felt like I had known Anna and Chris for years, and yet, up until those moments, we had never seen each other in person nor heard each other's voices.

I had such fun meeting both of you!

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Our very own Samantha.

Samantha Zaza, freelance illustrator and compulsive sketcher, is the winner of the FC Hope contest with her winning submission "My, what fabulous shoes you have." Samantha graduated from Rhode Island School of Design, designed ads in San Francisco, and participates in the Moly-X International Moleskine Exchange. Samantha is working on becoming an art teacher, and has spent some time as a trapeze artist.
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