Beatrice Warde was an original typographical scholar, a practicing typographer and a calligrapher of elegance. For over 30 years she edited the Recorder and the Monotype Newsletter as The Monotype Corporation’s publicity manager. She was Stanley Morison’s inseparable and incomparable lieutenant in the great work of Britain’s typographical renaissance and she was beyond peer as a public expositor, and propagandist for, good typography.
“For every finished illustration or design, there is a sketch sharing the same DNA.” – Craig Frazier
Mohawk is pleased to announce and celebrate the launch of Naturally, Danny Seo, a fresh and original lifestyle magazine that launches nationwide July 15. Furthermore »
Sandra Trache and Frank Lehmann, of Quh, have partnered to create a line of beautiful handmade leather journals using the highest quality leather with the process of fine bookbinding. Each journal is handmade with fine German craftsmanship and features Mohawk Superfine paper. The name, Quh, means quality and handicraft, and is pronounced in the same way as the german word for “cow” (Kuh).
We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibers connect us with our fellow men. ~Herman Melville
Community: what does it mean to you, your business, your career, your craft?
In today’s economy, community is necessary for both survival and success.
We’re more successful when we share knowledge, resources and information than by going it alone. Partnerships are important, and humans crave interconnectivity and sharing. By connecting with our peers and seeking collaboration, we create new opportunities for growth and learning.
Here at Felt & Wire, we love fine paper and we’re big fans of beautiful social stationery. We’re admittedly paper-obsessed. Add irresistible design and stunning pops of color and, well, we’re smitten.
We recently learned that one of our very favorite fine card and stationery companies, J. Falkner, was rolling out a new product line at The National Stationery Show this week in New York City. Hot off the press, here’s a sneak peek at J. Falkner’s new “Perfect Little Notes” line. It is simply stunning, and quite perfect indeed.