LEGO x Moleskine 2014 Notebook Collection

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Every year our favorite stationary brand teams up with our favorite toy brand to create a collection of notebooks. Today we get our first look at the Moleskine x LEGO 2014 Notebook Collection.

The collection includes 4 different colored notebooks, each of which has been outfitted with a LEGO plate on the front, helping you get started on your next toy brick creation. The 5 x 8.25-inch notebook comes in your choice of either white, blue, red or black. Each one has also been stamped with LEGO minifig graphics, stickers, and some nice history on the toy company we all know and love. The two brands also decided to incorporate a fifth, limited edition option that comes with an embossed cover along with a ruled paper for better organization. Moleskine is currently stocking these notebooks through their online store, but don’t expect them to last forever. [Purchase]

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