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New: The Minted Envelope

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When it comes to fine stationery, envelopes tend to be modest, unpretentious creatures of design.  More function than form, so to speak. The envelope is a work horse. It quietly, yet effectively performs its task as mode of delivery – but from a design standpoint it can often be overlooked and underutilized.

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Holiday Cards, Reinvented + Recycled

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Colorado-based Artifact Uprising is one of our favorite new brands, and we share many of the same values. Eco-conscious and proud to be made-in-the-USA, Artifact Uprising is forward-thinking and endlessly committed to environmentally-friendly manufacturing. We’re thrilled they choose Mohawk Loop (100% pcw, FSC certified) for their beautiful photo books and other products.

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Debbie Millman’s Word Play, a New Collection for The Luxe Project by MOO

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Designer, artist, author, brand strategist, educator, creative entrepreneur and Design Matters radio show host Debbie Millman is the most recent designer to develop a limited-edition collection of cards for The Luxe Project by MOO.

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This is a Printing Office

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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.

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Love Letterpress? Introducing New Strathmore Pure Cotton Letterpress Papers

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If you love letterpress, (and who doesn’t, really?) you’ll want to see and feel Mohawk’s newest paper that has designers and letterpress printers across the country swooning.

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Fine Quh journals, handcrafted in Germany

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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).

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