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Illustrator extraordinaire Craig Frazier collaborates with Mohawk on Sketchy

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“For every finished illustration or design, there is a sketch sharing the same DNA.” – Craig Frazier
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Celebrating Naturally

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Mohawk is pleased to announce and celebrate the launch of Naturally, Danny Seo, a fresh and original lifestyle magazine that launches nationwide July 15.  Furthermore »

Love Letterpress? Introducing New Strathmore Pure Cotton Letterpress Papers

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If you love letterpress, (and who doesn’t, really?) you’ll want to see and feel Mohawk’s newest paper that has designers and letterpress printers across the country swooning.

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Ukrainian Easter Eggs from a Mohawk Maker: Diane Filak

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Mohawk has taken pride in the art of papermaking for nearly a century. Generations of fine papermakers have honed their craft in our mills in upstate New York, so we are endlessly inspired by the artistry of others and we’re proud to support and be a part of a growing movement of makers.

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Join Us! Mohawk Maker Event with Mac Papers in Jacksonville, FL

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Mohawk has taken pride in the art of papermaking for nearly a century. Generations of fine papermakers have honed their craft in our mills in upstate New York, so we are endlessly inspired by the artistry of others and we’re proud to support and be a part of a growing maker movement.

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Touchable, Memorable Design – New Educational Book features History of Engraving with Beautifully Executed Engraved Samples

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“In the 1430s, around the same time Johannes Gutenberg was creating a revolution by developing the first printing press, engraving techniques began to appear in both Italy and Germany. The technique they used is called intaglio, an Italian word that literally means ‘carving’ –a process that involves incising or carving by hand, dots, dashes, hatches, lines, and shapes into the surface of metal plates to form images including letters.”

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