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Unveiling Mohawk Maker Quarterly Issue 8: The feel issue


This week Mohawk unveils its eighth issue of the award-winning Mohawk Maker Quarterly, and you have to see it, read it and feel it to truly appreciate it. The issue tackles the topic of “feel,” exploring how experiences, environments, and objects invoke this nuanced word.

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A Superfine Connection to Benjamin Franklin


As we celebrate the 70th Anniversary of Mohawk Superfine throughout 2016, we will periodically feature case studies about exceptional and historic printed projects on the iconic paper grade.  In recognition of Benjamin Franklin Day, (Jan. 17) established to pay tribute to one of our country’s founding fathers, and a printer by trade in his early years, we are highlighting The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, a comprehensive edition of Franklin’s writings and papers, said to contain “the finest collection of printed, manuscript, and visual materials dedicated to the study of Franklin and his times.”

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Continuing the Season of Gratitude

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It’s always considered well-mannered to thank friends, colleagues and loved ones for their thoughtfulness and generosity at any time of year, especially following the holiday season. If you really want to make an impact, send a thoughtful, handwritten, tactile note – instead of the ubiquitous email or text – and your recipient will be charmed that you took the time to share your heartfelt appreciation. A carefully-crafted, handwritten note sets your message apart with distinction and speaks volumes about courtesy.

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Celebrating 70 years of Superfine

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 In 1946, the world was changing, and in Cohoes, New York, the innovative papermakers at Mohawk were creating a new product called Superfine.

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A holiday card’s cross country journey

Olivia Booth and Ariana Shank are senior design students attending the University of Wisconsin.  For a recent class project, the students were tasked with an assignment designed to make paper ‘cool’. The duo decided to create a stop motion video that highlighted the tactile aspect of paper.

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Lost My Name Personalized storybooks


Children love to receive storybooks during the holidays. If you’re looking for a unique gift that will completely surprise and delight a budding bookworm, look no further than the personalized books created by Lost My Name.

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