interviews

Cheers to a Happy Holiday

We can’t think of any better way to wrap up another year but to give all of our customers, colleagues and friends a warm, heartfelt holiday greeting. Our 2016 Mohawk holiday card does just that, by celebrating the artful craftsmanship of design, illustration and printing…and of course paper!

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Greetabl: The (Superfine) card that’s also a box

Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, brings us the story of Greetabl.

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Designing With Paper: From High-Tech to High-Touch

Great design is great design, regardless of the ultimate function of a printed piece. But the journey from brilliant concept to a stunning printed piece can be a struggle. Just ask Envelopments. For over 20 years the California company has served an enormous and diverse clientele of invitation dealers and designers with the tools they need to build invitations that are anything but ordinary.

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On The Wire: Designer to Watch, Robin Soltis

Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, chats with one of Stationery Trends’ Top Ten 2016 Designers to Watch about her career, inspiration and thoughts about paper. Today, Sarah introduces us to Robin Soltis of Scotch & Cream.

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On The Wire: Designer to Watch, Stacie Bloomfield

Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, chats with one of Stationery Trends’ Top Ten 2016 Designers to Watch about her career, inspiration and thoughts about paper. Today, Sarah introduces us to Stacie Bloomfield of Gingiber.

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Brand and Perception

Writer, educator and consultant Debbie Millman is at the forefront of understanding how companies develop smart, effective brands for their products and services. Her book “Brand Thinking” features insightful interviews with prominent practitioners. We invited Debbie to discuss what makes successful brands so good at shaping consumer perception.

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