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Recent Mohawk Newsfeed

Feb 25, 2015, 3:39pm | on mohawk newsfeed
DscoopX is only a week away
DscoopX is only a week awayAll of us at Mohawk are busy preparing for the 10th annual Dscoop conference and looking forward to meeting and speaking with the professionals who drive our passion to create innovative substrates that rise above the pack. Stop by Mohawk's booth #709 to meet with our experts and take a look at our extensive portfolio for HP Indigo, or if you'd like to set up a meeting with our on-site executives for a more in-depth conversation about how Mohawk can help you meet your business objectives, please contact your local
Feb 10, 2015, 12:00pm | on mohawk newsfeed
Attention: New Swatchbook Alert
With a bright yellow spine and an eagerness to inspire, the new Mohawk Skytone swatchbook is hot off the press. Measuring nine by six inches, Mohawk’s new swatchbooks are bigger and better than ever. Each book features consistent branding, including similarly designed covers and colorful, eye-catching spines displaying the Mohawk logo, paper grade and paper grade descriptor.

Recent Felt & Wire Blog Posts

Feb 26, 2015, 10:00am | on felt & wire blog
On the Wire: Catching up with Grace Kang
On the Wire: Catching up with Grace KangWe’re excited to feature Sarah Schwartz, founder and editor-in-chief of Stationery Trends magazine and The Paper Chronicles, as guest blogger for our monthly series On the Wire, bringing you interviews with notable and up-and-coming stationery designers. Last month, we introduced you to Sarah, this month, Sarah introduces us to Grace Kang, founde...
Feb 25, 2015, 10:00am | on felt & wire blog
It’s internship time…
One of the most exciting and frightening opportunities for many design students is an internship. We spend months preparing personal portfolios, resumes and gearing up for interviews with potential employers. On top of a rigorous course load, this process can be incredibly stressful and a great deal of work. Thankfully, I didn’t have to face this menacing task alone. I found a great deal of...