Our recent release of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly Issue No. 4, celebrates community and the makers who contribute or work within them. We’re continuing our coverage of the makers featured in the newest issue, and recently chatted with Nicole Katz, owner of Paper Chase Press, about her business and craft.
Since Strathmore Paper’s founding in 1892, the brand has been synonymous with quality, beauty and design. Inspired by the flora of Scotland’s Strathmore Valley, company founder Horace Moses adopted both the Strathmore name and the valley’s natural icon—the thistle—as symbols of quality for his papers.
Last week paper lovers, fashion gurus, and designers all gathered in the Mile High City to celebrate and take part in the tenth annual Art Directors Club of Denver Paper Fashion Show. Contestants created a total of 42 unique designs made entirely out of paper, and competed to win best of show in a variety of categories.
Attention students! Our Call for Entries for a Student Design Correspondent has been EXTENDED until Friday, April 4th. Enter your application to be considered for a student writer position on our Felt & Wire blog, and the chance to win a trip to the 2014 HOW Conference in Boston with the Mohawk team.
Mohawk was featured on the front page of The Wall Street Journal, March 8-9, 2014, in a story written by reporter Katherine Rosman.
The story entitled, U.S. Paper Industry Gets an Unexpected Boost, describes how millions of American consumers are renewing their relationship with paper in the midst of a digital era.
The article illustrates Mohawk’s heritage and history as a forward-thinking business that is investing in the future. With a proud history of growth going back four generations, Mohawk has built a culture of innovation that has prepared the company to thrive in an industry undergoing dramatic change.