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On the Wire: Designer to Watch, Gia Graham


Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, chats with another of Stationery Trends’ Top Ten 2015 Designers to Watch about their career, inspiration and thoughts about paper. Today, Sarah introduces us to Gia Graham, creator of Betsywhite Stationery.

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Remarkable Spirits for Remarkable People


Joseph A. Magnus was just a boy of six when his father was killed in the Civil War. He, his mother, and his three siblings struggled after the war and, at age 12, Magnus went to work while still in school, taking on the role of patriarch and provider. Even at that young age, it was clear he was driven to be successful.

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World Relief sees its 70th year through color and design

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Since 1944, World Relief has helped serve nearly four million individuals who suffer from poverty. By working with churches in struggling communities, this non-profit organization has transformed vulnerable communities into empowered communities. World Relief recognized its 70th anniversary with a rebranding, working with StudioNorth to create a book celebrating the organization’s history and mission.

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Mohawk supports Martha Stewart American Made


For the third year in a row, Mohawk was pleased to support the Martha Stewart American Made awards.  On Saturday, November 7, makers from across the country gathered at the Martha Stewart Living headquarters at the historic Starrett Lehigh building in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood to celebrate the 2015 class of American Made nominees and to participate in the American Made Summit – a day of learning, sharing and creative inspiration among makers. 

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Enhancing your brand with the touch and feel of engraving


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


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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