Introducing Strathmore Impress

2017 marks the 125th anniversary of Strathmore. To celebrate, we thought it would be fitting to craft a new paper which simultaneously honors the heritage of Strathmore and the innovative spirit of Mohawk: Strathmore Impress.

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On The Wire: Designer to Watch, Cara Underwood

Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, chats with one of Stationery Trends’ 10 Designers to Watch in 2017 about her career, inspiration and thoughts about paper.

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Erin Condren LifePlanner™ Cuts Through the Digital Clutter

At Mohawk, we are the ultimate material nerds and believe that in an increasingly virtual world, beautiful artifacts connect us in very powerful ways. So, we tend to get a little excited when we partner with other companies who value tactile experiences and emotional connections just as much as we do. That’s why, we ‘re proud to have partnered with Erin Condren for her 2017-2018 LifePlanner™.

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Introducing Issue 12 of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly: The Power of Partnership

We tend to romanticize the mythology of the solo creative genius. However, humanity’s greatest achievements have happened when people — two or two thousand — worked together. For the 12th issue of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly, we celebrate the partnerships that underpin notable projects today — and that helped bring life to influential work in the past.

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The Making of the Lakehouse Brochure: Placing Experience at your Fingertips

Imagine yourself in your new condo located on a lake in Colorado. You have a lakefront view from your living room, floor to ceiling windows that let the outside in, and the pool, wellness center and meeting space are footsteps away for you to socialize, lounge and recharge. Have we caught your attention yet?

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A Good Letterhead Pays Off

The paper you choose for a letterhead makes an instant impression…on the eye and to the touch. It’s texture, the quality of its color, its feel in the hand…all of these register with the person who receives a letter…and help them form an opinion of the sender.

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