Mohawk is proud to announce the ninth issue of the Award-Winning Maker Quarterly Publication, with a complete revamp of formatting. After two years of publication, the refresh is serendipitously themed around the concept of inspiration.
Recycled pulps and sustainable forests are changing how we think about paper.
April 22nd marks the 46th annual celebration of Earth Day. Here at Mohawk, environmental commitment, social responsibility and corporate stewardship are woven into the fabric of our culture and business practices, and we believe the origin of exceptional craft lies in exceptional materials. So, over the next several weeks, we’ll take a closer look at many of the talented artisans, craftspeople and makers featured in past issues of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly who choose only the highest quality, sustainable materials for their products.
Today we highlight Alan Solomon of Brooklyn-based Sawkill Lumber Co, a company that brings together material, history and design through reclaimed lumber.
As we celebrate the influence character has on art and design, the focus of Issue 07 of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly, we’re taking a closer look at the group of talented makers featured within.
Today we follow up with four companies who are doing the right things, creating their own stories and staying true to their character.
Chicago-based Steppenwolf Theatre Company is considered America’s longest-standing, most distinguished ensemble theater. While firmly grounded in the Chicago community, nearly 40 original Steppenwolf productions have enjoyed success nationally and internationally, on the stages of Broadway, Off-Broadway, London, Sydney, Galway and Dublin.