The folks at the Moleskine notebook company are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the classic font, Helvetica, with a special edition (500 copies) Helvetica Moleskine.
I think there are some left. I hope there are. I just ordered one in a fit of financial irresponsibility.
Also of interest:
Helvetica: The Documentary Film
Urban Sketchers is a new blog showcasing a small community of artists around the world who draw the people and places of the cities where they live and travel to. It’s a sister site to the Urban Sketches Flickr group.
The image here is from Tommy Kane’s Moleskine.
Check out all the great surreal stuff at Jim Woodring’s new blog. He’s also posting pages from his moleskine notebook as shown here.
UPDATE: Jed Alexander writes: “Recently a bunch of independent Japanese animators did their own interpretations of Frank stories. I’m not sure where you can get it.”
I’m not sure where to find the comic either, but you can watch the awesome Taruto Fuyama animation here.