A Moleskine (mol-a-skeen-a) is a style of notebook claimed to be used by famous artists and writers, such as Picasso, Matisse, Hemingway and Chatwin. A moleskine is bound in oilcloth-covered cardboard (Moleskin) and has an elastic band to hold the notebook closed. The notebook's sewn spine lays flat when opened. The pages are acid free. They also have an expandable inner note holder made of cardboard and cloth for loose keepsakes.
Available in Pocket (3.5x5.5") size (192 pages) and Large (5x8") size (240 pages). Styles include Ruled Notebook, alphabet-tabbed Address Book, Squared Grid Notebook, Sketchbook with 80 top quality paper pages, Plain paper, Memo Pockets with 6 cardboard and cloth pockets, and Japanese Pockets for photos, collages and sequences (60 zigzag pleated pages).