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On the Wire: Designer to Watch, Gia Graham


Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, chats with another of Stationery Trends’ Top Ten 2015 Designers to Watch about their career, inspiration and thoughts about paper. Today, Sarah introduces us to Gia Graham, creator of Betsywhite Stationery.

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The NEW Loop Swatchbook


Mohawk Loop is a comprehensive collection of extremely high post-consumer waste recycled papers developed to support sustainable design. Mohawk has just introduced a new Loop swatchbook, which serves as a one-stop shop for beautiful, textured, colored papers that are FSC certified, made with windpower and made carbon neutral.

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World Relief sees its 70th year through color and design

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Since 1944, World Relief has helped serve nearly four million individuals who suffer from poverty. By working with churches in struggling communities, this non-profit organization has transformed vulnerable communities into empowered communities. World Relief recognized its 70th anniversary with a rebranding, working with StudioNorth to create a book celebrating the organization’s history and mission.

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Oprah’s Favorite Photo Album, by Artifact Uprising


Since Colorado-based Artifact Uprising began in 2012, the brand has very quickly become a runaway hit with design and eco-conscious consumers looking for beautiful, tactile and memorable photo books and other photo products.  Inspired by the disappearing beauty of the tangible, Artifact Uprising has developed a following of devotees including….Oprah Winfrey.

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Mohawk supports Martha Stewart American Made


For the third year in a row, Mohawk was pleased to support the Martha Stewart American Made awards.  On Saturday, November 7, makers from across the country gathered at the Martha Stewart Living headquarters at the historic Starrett Lehigh building in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood to celebrate the 2015 class of American Made nominees and to participate in the American Made Summit – a day of learning, sharing and creative inspiration among makers. 

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Five Things for the Paper Obsessed


Design lust and paper obsessions are no joke. I would know. After leaving my 9-to-5 job in graphic design media for a completely new industry—the foodie world, which I’m finding has led me to a new category of obsessions (like gelato)—my hunger for design has only intensified. If I don’t feed the craving, the pit in my stomach becomes more pronounced, more hollow.

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