Chris Harrold, Mohawk’s Vice President of Business Development & Creative Director, has been selected to jury the 27th Annual LOUIE Awards. Officially known as the International Greeting Card Awards Competition, the LOUIEs are named after Louis Prang, the German-born lithographer credited with the birth of the U.S. Christmas card in the 1870s.
This artifact from the Strathmore Archive features hand lettering by Oswald Cooper, c 1922. Cooper was an internationally known designer of commercial display and advertising typefaces. At the age of 21, Cooper moved to Chicago and became a student of the great American type designer, Frederic W. Goudy and was a partner in his own Chicago design firm, Bertsch & Cooper, Inc., Typographers.
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.