In a technological era punctuated with e-mail, smart phones, tablets and texts, Mohawk believes a new maker culture is emerging. The Mohawk Maker Campaign and the Mohawk Maker Quarterly publication speak to the heart of this maker community – and their need to create. Furthermore »
David Sutherland excels at collaborating with leading designers to produce the finest luxury furniture, fabrics and accessories. The company is known for bringing a fresh point of view to furniture design while creating refined collections for casual contemporary living. Furthermore »
Famille Summerbelle is a home design company owned by Julie Marabelle and Simon Summerscales. Julie and Simon share a love of design and interior décor, and they established Famille Summerbelle to create products they would choose for their own home. Their whimsical and colorful items reflect an eclectic mix of global cultures, as they recently moved to The Netherlands and split their time between their home in Amsterdam, their London-based business, and their holiday getaway in France.
As a fourth generation fine paper manufacturer, Mohawk believes ‘making’ is the most fundamental expression of the human spirit, and we believe in emphasizing the importance of crafting beautiful, unique products by hand. That’s why we are supporting creatives, designers, manufacturers, artists, artisans, and all those who make their living as makers, through our Mohawk Maker Campaign.
Designer, artist, author, brand strategist, educator, creative entrepreneur and Design Matters radio show host Debbie Millman is the most recent designer to develop a limited-edition collection of cards for The Luxe Project by MOO.
Beatrice Warde was an original typographical scholar, a practicing typographer and a calligrapher of elegance. For over 30 years she edited the Recorder and the Monotype Newsletter as The Monotype Corporation’s publicity manager. She was Stanley Morison’s inseparable and incomparable lieutenant in the great work of Britain’s typographical renaissance and she was beyond peer as a public expositor, and propagandist for, good typography.