Susan Rudat is a freelance graphic designer and illustrator based in Texas.
Some of her drawings have a nicely graphic quality, as if designed to be woodcuts, with bold areas of black and carefully designed patterns of line weights and textures.
Others are more sketchlike and gestural, and some are in color. Many of them have a curvilinear flow and an almost art nouveau feeling.
The large images on her Flickr gallery are just about exactly the size of an actual Moleskein notebook (at least at the resolution of my screen), a nice touch.
In the Flickr stream for her color drawings, you’ll find some of her experiments with “pop-up” Moleskine drawings (image above, bottom). These are in ink with color in gouache, though I don’t know how she is arranging the pop-up elements above the page.