• Moleskine has pleased fans of Harry Potter

  • Brand Moleskine has released a collection of office products dedicated to the book series and the movie about Harry Potter, according to Luxurylaunches.

    In the limited line includes notebooks and notepads, which are used in design of the characters from the book "the Prisoner of Azkaban".

    The brand chose this book because her story gets darker. On one of the covers depicts a stylized map of the marauders, and the other is made in Burgundy colors, the shape of the Potter with a magic wand and signed Expecto patronum.

    In mid-September 2016 the company released a collection dedicated to The Beatles. It includes several notebooks with the symbols of the group. A source of inspiration for designers was the image on the cover of the album Yellow Submarine.

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