Twining Snakes Moleskine Volant

Saturday, March 26th, 2011

Twining Snakes Volant, detail, by Amy Crook

Twining Snakes Volant, detail, by Amy Crook

This bright green Moleskine Volant notebook has been hand-decorated with a pair of twining snakes using Sharpie markers. A black snake is biting his own tail in a double-looped ouroboros while his green friend slithers suggestively through his loops.

Moleskine’s colorful notebooks are ideal for customization, turning the high-quality book into a work of art in which to wrap your ideas. The acid-free ruled paper is a creamy ivory color, and a delight to write on. The large size Volants have 96 pages between their soft vinyl covers. The design is in permanent Sharpie, and should last as long as the notebook it’s drawn on.

Twining Snakes, 5″x8.25″ customized Moleskine Volant notebook, nfs (sold).

Twining Snakes Moleskine Volant by Amy Crook

Twining Snakes Moleskine Volant by Amy Crook

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4 Responses to “Twining Snakes Moleskine Volant”

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  1. What a cool idea, to make a one-of-a-kind Moleskine by illuminating the cover! Love the design — very clean and compelling image, and a great use of color.

    • Amy says:

      Thanks! The texture on the Volants can be a bit of a challenge, but I was very pleased with how this one came out.

  2. r4ph431 says:

    beautifully done!