Sto Lat of AIGA

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To celebrate Flash Back Friday (FBF), we will 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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Craft 2.0

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Craft is more than how we make things; it’s a thriving language in a borderless world of creative communication.  Read on how a new craft revolution came to be.

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The Mast-ery of Materials: Handcrafted Chocolates

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In the second issue of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly, we highlight a diverse group of makers and artisans who share their stories behind the importance of the materials they use for their products. While each person had a unique story to tell and expertise to share, we found that underlying their differences were two common values: quality and sustainability.

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Champion of Craft: Zim&Zou

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As we celebrate the influence of art and design within each issue of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly, we’re taking a closer look at the Champions of Craft, the talented makers featured in each issue.

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On the Wire: Behind Matrick and Eve

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We’re excited to feature Sarah Schwartz, founder and editor-in-chief of Stationery Trends magazine and The Paper Chronicles, as guest blogger for our monthly series On the Wire, bringing you interviews with notable and up-and-coming stationery designers. Last month, we featured Grace Kang of Pink Olive and Olive Box, this month, Sarah introduces us to Allison DeMeulder, co-creator of Matrick and Eve.

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High Fidelity Printing: Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Inxwell

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In 1995, Mohawk cracked the code on how to make beautiful uncoated paper perform like coated paper, using a surface treatment named Inxwell.  Today, as Inxwell quietly celebrates its 20th anniversary, we look back at how Inxwell papers – Options and Navajo – were first introduced, and how they continue today to provide designers and printers all the benefits of sharp, saturated color without sacrificing the aesthetic beauty of fine, uncoated papers.

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