Dan Hillier's tentacle horrors -- now on moleskine notebooks!

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12 Responses to “Dan Hillier's tentacle horrors -- now on moleskine notebooks!”

  1. danegeld says:

    @2 LoveCraft :

    It’s your regular order of Steampunk, … but easy on the boilers … and with extra tentacles!

  2. Red Labor says:

    Like Dan, Josh and I share a love of tentacles and old etchings (and we’re likely scanning stuff form the same sources); if you like this notebook you’ll probably like this shirt:
    http://resisttoday.com/store/mens/186

    Which is also available for remix under a CC license:
    http://resisttoday.com/remix/

  3. masonwest says:

    Love all the custom moleskine things that are happening these days.

    There’s another service that sells artist’s engraved books, as well as doing custom books in smaller orders. Probably not a “poor mans” solution @ORINOS73, but maybe a little closer to a solution?

    http://www.engraveyourbook.com/index.html

    Much cooler site interface too.

  4. artfreakydude says:

    @#3 http://www.instructables.com/id/SRH0UMKFAQDX721/
    or you could always just try and find someone who has access to a laser cutter. But I went to art school and can always use the one there…so i guess its easier for me =P

    I started laser cutting moleskines once i saw that first BB post about it. I’ve got some with the art of Brian Froud, some with Celtic Trees of Life, and of course a bunch with my own designs on them. Laser cutting is FUN!

  5. Jake von Slatt says:

    They also have some amazing Steampunk notebooks too like this one from Nick Kole:

    http://www.modofly.net/products/airship-pilot

  6. Torley says:

    Lovecraftastic!

  7. orinos73 says:

    I wonder if anyone can do these with stencils and some sort of corrosive or abrasive? I remember once something about stenciling brass with lemon juice. I’d love a poor mans version of making my moleskine unique.

    Thoughts anyone?

  8. Xeni Jardin says:

    I bought one of these (different artist’s design, same provider) for a friend, and it just came in — it’s stunning. Really beautifully crafted.

    Someone included a note in the box saying their unicorn moleskine design was inspired by Boing Boing. Neato.

  9. Avram says:

    Orinos73, there are plenty of cheap ways of decorating your Moleskine. My first ‘skine, I printed out some comics panels and glued ‘em on the cover with matte acrylic medium. A later one I drew on with a silver Sharpie.

  10. Boba Fett Diop says:

    I know what Takuan is getting next Walpurgisnacht!

  11. Takuan says:

    what a lovely picture of young Edna!
    brass etching:
    http://www.instructables.com/id/Etching-brass-plates/

  12. GregLondon says:

    ok, that’s just freaky.

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