In addition to being eligible to have your story produced and screened at the Sundance Film Festival, you can also win a sweet Large Storyboard Notebook from Moleskine for your participation in the “In Search of Incredible” contest by Asus and Intel.
Moleskine was founded with the goal of bringing back to life the legendary notebook used by artists and thinkers over the past two century. If you want to know more about the history of Moleskines, go follow us on Twitter.
But, if you want to know what everyday tasks are made even more spectacular with the use of these “legendary” notebooks, look no further.
5 Things you can do with a Moleskine notebook:
1. Organize recipes
My sister has recently decided to go vegan and is frequently sending my recipes (as in, actually cutting out and using a stamp sending me recipes). More frequently than I’d like to admit they actually turn out good. Here, a Moleskine to organize “plant-based” dinner ideas.
2. Keep track of new music
Pirating music is wrong. I’m poor. Moleskine has given me a place to write down artists to download when my iTunes balance bounces back from the sad place.
3. Become the Crazy Cat Lady your friends always said you would
The cat I raised from a kitten is apparently resentful over the whole “college-abandonment” years. Needless to say, I won’t be making doodles of her precious moments anytime soon. But in case you’re in to that kind of thing, I present the Moleskine Cat Journal
4. Pretend to be into exercise (and all that stuff)
Look, we all know you’re not going to keep your New Year’s Resolution to “go to the gym”, “eat healthy”, etc. etc. Why not get a head start on not working out now with this nifty notebook?
5. Direct a commercial that will win you a laptop and an appearance at the Sundance Film Festival
In case you missed the title of this post: Asus early entry closes in two days. Upload you submission for The Search for Incredible and you have the chance to win a Moleskine Storyboard notebook and messenger bag. There will be one early entry winner from each country. Get to work!
(Okay, so this is a Film Journal commercial, not the Storyboard Journal we’re giving away. But still pretty cool…)