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We stand with Folds of Honor

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Since 2007, the Folds of Honor foundation has been making a difference in young lives by providing educational support to spouses and children of fallen and wounded soldiers. To date, the non-profit organization has provided over 10,000 scholarships for the families of these heroic Americans.

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DesignThinkers draws thousands to Toronto

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Canada’s largest design gathering, the 16th annual RGD DesignThinkers conference, recently drew thousands of graphic designers from across North America to discuss design and creative processes.

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Keep a Child Alive’s Black Ball 2015

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It’s never a dull night when celebrities and the art world come together to support philanthropic causes. From the couture and red carpet to the heart lifting music and worldwide impact of combined generosity, Keep a Child Alive’s Black Ball has been a night to remember for twelve years.

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University and College Designers Association (UCDA) 2015 Conference

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The University and College Designers Association (UCDA) outdid themselves again this year by hosting a conference that was informative and inspirational.

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Enhancing your brand with the touch and feel of engraving

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To celebrate Flash Back Friday (FBF), we occasionally feature projects, partnerships and events of note that have taken place during the past year, but haven’t yet been featured here on Felt & Wire.

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Blurb + Mohawk #PulptoPrint: Part 2

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In our last Felt & Wire post, we introduced a special event we recently hosted at Mohawk with our friends from Blurb, called #PulptoPrint.

The Pulp to Print retreat featured two days of inspiration by way of tours, exhibits, discussion and the sharing of ideas and work among a group of very creative individuals: academics, artists, photographers, writers, designers – all who value the contribution that fine paper brings to printed projects.

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