The Artwork of Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum

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Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University, located in Hamden, Connecticut, holds the world’s largest collection of paintings, sculptures, and other visual media relating to Ireland’s Famine (1845-52), and is the only museum of its kind.

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Adult coloring books challenge the status quo of ‘growing up’

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In an increasingly digital world there’s something quite refreshing when a simple analog activity, like coloring, gains rapid popularity amid an unlikely audience—adults. It could be expected to be embraced among the artistically inclined; those whom understand the importance of creative play to unlock their potential. But the beauty of the adult coloring book phenomenon is that it has swept the world indiscriminately.

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To Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

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This Fourth of July holiday, you can celebrate patriotism by wearing red, white + blue, attending parades and fireworks displays, singing The Star Spangled Banner, or by reflecting on the words and wisdom of past U.S. Presidents.

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Create Upstate and HOW left us ready to make

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From Syracuse NY, to Chicago and then New York City this spring was an inspiring whirlwind for Mohawk as we attended and sponsored a variety of industry events. Looking back, we’re able to reflect on the amazing experiences and connections we made at each event.

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On the Wire: Paperless Post goes paperless to paper to back again

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Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, chats about the importance of communicating beautifully in both print and digital mediums with Christina DesVaux of Paperless Post.

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Maker Event with Chase Design, Typecraft + Split Fountain Printing

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Last week, Mohawk teamed up with Chase Design Group and Typecraft for a hands-on screen printing event that inspired dozens of designers.

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