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Fresh + Redesigned: Mohawk Maker Quarterly Issue 9 Inspires

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Mohawk is proud to announce the ninth issue of the Award-Winning Maker Quarterly Publication, with a complete revamp of formatting. After two years of publication, the refresh is serendipitously themed around the concept of inspiration.

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Emily Ley + Mohawk

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Believing strongly in the importance of heritage, family values and sharing an appreciation for quality materials, we are thrilled to announce our partnership with Emily Ley. Colorful, simple and classic, the 2016-2017 editions of the Simplified Planner® by Emily Ley are something you’ll want to get your hands on.

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Seed to Sheet

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Recycled pulps and sustainable forests are changing how we think about paper.

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Music & Illustration Jam in Pitchfork Calendar

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How do you keep an annual self-promotion project, like a calendar, uber fresh for 30 years strong? For Munro Campagna Artist Representatives, a Chicago-based agency representing photographers and illustrators across the United States, you find a super cool partner on the project that’ll challenge the custom illustrations created for the calendar to take on a new life each year.

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#Write_On to keep the art of letter writing alive

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In a technological era punctuated with e-mail, smart phones, tablets and texts, Mohawk believes strongly in the power of personal expression on paper. That’s why we are proud to support the 2016 Write_On campaign, an initiative designed to support and encourage the act of letter writing.

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Auburn University takes a new approach on Mohawk’s Paper Basics

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Paper affects the perceived quality of a finished piece. The look, feel and color of paper can present a particular image, evoke a desired emotion, and even improve response rates. With hundreds of papers to choose from, how do designers know which paper will best suit their project? Better yet, how do students and young designers know which paper to choose?

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