So here it is, The Helvetica Moleskine Christmas Giveaway has finally landed! I've been hanging on to these for a good few years now in the hope I might round to actually using them, but haven't been able to bring myself to tear off the protective cellophane.
(Whilst you're here: don't forget to enter my other Christmas Giveaway for the rather cool, and useful: Slat Mobile Airdesk)
So rather hanging onto these beautiful notebooks, I've decided to give' em away (whilst still holding onto one black and one red Helvetica Moleskine for myself).
I have two black and one Red Helvetica Moleskine's up-for-grabs, with two runner up prizes of Type Trumps.
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That's pretty much it.
Once I know who the winners are I will be in touch to arrange appropriate postage and packing. You can try leaving your colour preference for Moleskine in comments, but as there are only two red ones and one black one, you might just have to take what's available.
Those scratches are just on the protective wrapping…
Following the nerdy gorgeousness of the Typodarium 2010 Typographic Calendar and subsequent Typodarium giveaway, this rather beautiful SketchBook and 2010 Pocket Calendar from Typotheque hit my retinas at full speed earlier this evening.
With an apparent limited run of 500 copies, I have ordered several copies to be given as Christmas giveaways in forthcoming weeks.
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