Mohawk Fine Papers

The Expressive “Plus” Uncoated Paper Can Provide

Excerpt from a 1949 Strathmore direct mailer: Stiffening competition calls for the most compelling printed pieces the advertiser and printer can devise. That calls for the plus that only quality paper provides. To get concrete results, the printed piece needs and idea…interesting design…powerful copy…fine printing…and the most effective paper you can obtain for that particular job.

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Out of Line: The Incredible Creative Impact of Sketching

Doodling, drawing, workshopping, outlining: call it what you may, but putting pen to paper in search of something new is a powerful creative catalyst. Ideation and imagination need room to work it out, and based on psychological research and artistic practice, sketching space is the place where it often happens.

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This is Strathmore Grandee

Tactile, rich colors and authentic — these are some adjectives to describe Strathmore Grandee. But did you know, this time-honored paper grade may have been named something completely different? We dove into the Strathmore Archive and found the history behind Strathmore Grandee’s name.

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Welcome to Mohawk Maker Quarterly #11: The Process Issue

The process of making something — method, materials, ingredients, artistry, experience — is the squiggly line between idea and object. In issue 11 of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly, we celebrate makers who take conscious paths to get from Point A to Point B.

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From The Archives: For the Love of Letters

Poetry can create thoughts, be felt and can shape emotions. Back in 1984, twenty designers designed twenty poems that were featured in For the Love of Letters, a book dedicated to poets and designers who share the power of words.

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The Story of Strathmore

2017 marks the 125th anniversary of Strathmore and we’ll be celebrating this milestone all year. Since its beginnings in 1892, the Strathmore name has been synonymous with beauty, quality and the finest papers for artists, designers and printers around the world.

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