Moleskine Asks Digital Media Pioneers To Sketch The Future Of Social Media [Pics]

Moleskine Asks Digital Media Pioneers To Sketch The Future Of Social Media [Pics]

Details Magazine invited pioneers to draw their predictions in the iconic notebooks, which will be shown with readers' submissions at the New Museum.

Emma Hutchings
  • 22 march 2013

Moleskine and Details Magazine have teamed up for a special event at the New Museum in New York City. The magazine invited their 2013 Digital Mavericks to draw their ideas about the future of social media.

Pioneers behind Twitter, Myspace, Pinterest, Tumblr, Thrillist, and other companies drew doodles in Moleskine notebooks. Details Magazine readers are also invited to imagine where they think social media will take us next by putting their pen to paper.

Digital Mavericks Use Moleskine To Doodle Their Thoughts On The Future Of Social Media [Pics]

One winner and two runners-up will have their drawings showcased at the Digital Mavericks event at the New Museum on March 27th, as well as on and Moleskinerie. Readers can upload their images to Instagram using the hashtag #digitalmavs by March 24th and view the gallery of submissions online. Click through to see some of the doodles by the Digital Mavericks:


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