The Story of Loop


At Mohawk, we examine every aspect of our business with the objective of making our environmental footprint as small as possible. We take pride in creating a sustainable business, and dedicating ourselves to a leadership role in reducing that environmental impact. During the month of April (leading up to Earth Day) we will feature posts that celebrate our proactive approach and our commitment to being part of an environmentally sustainable solution:

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Under Armour Spring/Summer ’15 LookBook: Designed with the Athlete in Mind

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Founded in 1996 by Kevin Plank, a former University of Maryland football player, Under Armour is a global powerhouse in the world of performance apparel, footwear and equipment. Known by athletes as the go-to brand for staying cool, dry and comfortable during a game or workout, Under Amour is continually innovating and expanding its technical product assortment with a mission to make all athletes better.

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Sto Lat of AIGA


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


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


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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