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Mohawk’s New Swatchbooks: Bigger, Better… and Now Available

There’s a buzz in the graphic design and printing industries…and we hope you’ve heard the news. We proudly introduce the new Mohawk Carnival + Via swatchbook designed to inspire designers, printers and anyone who specifies fine paper.

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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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Quire Sans: An Interview with a Type Designer

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Monotype recently announced the newest member of its typeface family: Quire Sans, the modern rebirth of book typefaces from the 15th century. Type designer Jim Ford updated the design to expand its usefulness to meet a wide range of digital requirements. Quire Sans appeals to today’s design sensibilities, without sacrificing the essence of the original.

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Champion of Craft: Lisa Congdon

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As we celebrate the influence of art and design on perception with the recently released Mohawk Maker Quarterly, we’re taking a closer look at the group of talented makers featured in issue five.  Furthermore »

Champion of Craft: Ladyfingers Letterpress

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As we celebrate the influence of art and design on perception with the recently released Mohawk Maker Quarterly, we’ll take a closer look at the group of talented makers featured in issue five.

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The Recorder: Reimagined, Redesigned + Relaunched

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This month typography and design fans globally have heralded the relaunch of The Recorder. Originally published in 1902 as a method to highlight the history of typography and products used within the industry,  The Recorder was primarily known as a trade magazine until the early 1970’s. Now, with a brilliant redesign and relaunch, it celebrates the relevancy of type in today’s culture. Furthermore »