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LEGO Teams With Moleskine To Create Hybrid Notebook

LEGO Teams With Moleskine To Create Hybrid Notebook
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Famous building-blocks brand teams with the Italian company to produce a unique scratch pad.

Sam McNerney
  • 26 january 2012

LEGO has been doing a good amount of social media and digital rebranding as of late. PSFK has reported on ReBrick, a social hub for anything-LEGO andLife of George,” a product that combines digital and real-world gaming. Now LEGO is collaboration with Moleskine–maker of diaries, planners, notebooks and more–to create a notebook that encourages people to think with their hands.

According to one website:

This installation offers four different Ruled and Plain Notebook versions, each contains a printed themed flyleaf, an inner pocket, a color-coordinated bookmark, and 10 adhesive labels representing Lego bricks and Lego men to personalize your printed matter. Available from March 1, the collection is limited to Moleskine store and some select stores.

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