Craft 2.0

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Craft is more than how we make things; it’s a thriving language in a borderless world of creative communication.  Read on how a new craft revolution came to be.

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The Mast-ery of Materials: Handcrafted Chocolates

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In the second issue of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly, we highlight a diverse group of makers and artisans who share their stories behind the importance of the materials they use for their products. While each person had a unique story to tell and expertise to share, we found that underlying their differences were two common values: quality and sustainability.

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Champion of Craft: Zim&Zou

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As we celebrate the influence of art and design within each issue of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly, we’re taking a closer look at the Champions of Craft, the talented makers featured in each issue.

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On the Wire: Behind Matrick and Eve

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We’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 featured Grace Kang of Pink Olive and Olive Box, this month, Sarah introduces us to Allison DeMeulder, co-creator of Matrick and Eve.

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High Fidelity Printing: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Inxwell

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In 1995, Mohawk cracked the code on how to make beautiful uncoated paper perform like coated paper, using a surface treatment named Inxwell.  Today, as Inxwell quietly celebrates its 20th anniversary, we look back at how Inxwell papers – Options and Navajo – were first introduced, and how they continue today to provide designers and printers all the benefits of sharp, saturated color without sacrificing the aesthetic beauty of fine, uncoated papers.

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What Design Sounds Like

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Recently, we had the distinct honor of supporting our friends at Design Observer in their presentation of “What Design Sounds Like,” a symposium on Sound and Visual Culture.

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