Jennifer Hunold

Anything but standard, Standard Form’s Exquisite Gift Wrap and Cards

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At Mohawk we are endlessly smitten by exquisitely made paper goods. When Alex Durlak, self-described “thing maker” and founder of Standard Form and Perish Publishing, shared his newest creations on Mohawk paper we were captivated.

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A Community of Makers Create an Environmentally Responsible Packaging Solution

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Supporting our community of makers is a pillar of Mohawk’s foundation. For over eighty years, Mohawk has had the privilege of working with a community of savvy designers, ambitious printers, and innovative companies, and their ability to inspire has never faltered.  We are excited to share details of a new partnership between So Delicious Dairy FreeCuppow, and Repeat Press.

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Constructing the Deconstructed

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Lisa Nilsson wants to see what you’re made of.  No amount of profile photos from Facebook or search results on Google will quell her fascination. This North Adams, Massachusetts-based artist is interested in the minutiae of your makeup. Nilsson patiently builds cross-sections of human anatomy using paper filigree, a method of coiling and rolling narrow strips of paper to create decorative work.

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Building Memories in Paper

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Paper is as much a part of sacred memories as family vacations and first dates. We formed our first letters across the light blue lines of primary school wide-ruled notebook paper. We cut into soft-yet-crisp construction paper for our first art projects. We carefully selected shade and paper texture for our wedding invitations.

For many designers, including Albany, New York-based artist Ken Ragsdale, the love of constructing with paper doesn’t fade with time.

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