What Will You Make Today? An Instagram Challenge

We recently shared with you the latest installment in Mohawk’s “What Will You Make Today?” campaign , a video and journal featuring Massimo Vignelli. We’ve seen Massimo make books and Michael Bierut make a video, now we want to see what you are making. And we want you to share with us on Instagram.  How does that work? Let us share the details (and the awesome prizes) with you.

Beginning today, through May 31st, we want you to share photos of whatever you’re making with paper, using the hashtag #wwymt on Instagram. Here are the contest details:

• Post photos of what you’re making with paper, whether it’s sketches for an animation, a project mock-up or even just a big mess in the studio

• All posts must include #wwymt hashtag and tag @mohawkpaper

• 3 winners to be selected on June 1st.

• Each winner will receive their choice of a $50 gift certificate to one of the following Mohawk retail partners: Moo, Minted, Blurb or MohawkConnects

Winners will have their photos featured on Felt & Wire.

So, what will you make today? We can’t wait to see!

*Please note the corrected hashtag, #wwymt. Special thanks to reader Martin Fahy for the catch!

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  1. Posted by martin fahy on 05.13.13 at 4:03 pm

    you may have the tag wrong here it says #wwmyt and not #wwymt just in case you hadn’t noticed !

  2. Posted by Allyson Van Houten on 05.13.13 at 4:13 pm

    Martin – thanks for the catch! We definitely needed your help making the correction 🙂

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