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The Making of Mohawk Quarterly Issue No. 06


Mohawk Maker Quarterly issue No. 06 explores the concept of impressions and how, whether tangible or abstract, our reality is formed by the impressions we make and take.

“In the Impressions issue, we look at how the act of making in itself is a powerful way to create a lasting impression.  At Mohawk we believe strongly in the power of paper and print to make a high impact impression, whether it’s a handwritten note, an engraved invitation or richly textured book cover,” said Chris Harrold, Vice President of Business Development and Creative Director, Mohawk.

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Paper Making at Mohawk

Can’t visit a paper mill in person? Here’s the next best thing! Equal parts craft and engineering, see premium paper being made at Mohawk’s historic Waterford, New York mill.

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Mohawk’s New Swatchbooks: Bigger, Better… and Now Available

There’s a buzz in the graphic design and printing industries…and we hope you’ve heard the news. We proudly introduce the new Mohawk Carnival + Via swatchbook designed to inspire designers, printers and anyone who specifies fine paper.

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Storyframes by Felt

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Looking for ultra-personalized holiday cards or a fresh way to enhance your holiday gifts this year?

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The Making of Sketchy

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In July, Mohawk was pleased to host noted illustrator Craig Frazier  for a collaboration involving Xerox. Frazier, one of the leading conceptual illustrators producing editorial, corporate and publishing work worldwide, had expressed interest in collaborating with Mohawk and Xerox on the production of a limited-edition, digitally printed book of his sketches. His week-long Mohawk residency resulted in an incredibly beautiful book entitled, Sketchy: Sketches from 1999 – 2014 by Craig Frazier.

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Illustrator extraordinaire Craig Frazier collaborates with Mohawk on Sketchy

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“For every finished illustration or design, there is a sketch sharing the same DNA.” – Craig Frazier
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