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The story of Superfine

If you’re a fan of Design Observer you may have caught today’s ‘The Observatory’ podcast featuring Jessica Helfand and Michael Bierut discussing a topic near and dear to our hearts: paper.

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Continuing the Season of Gratitude

It’s always considered well-mannered to thank friends, colleagues and loved ones for their thoughtfulness and generosity at any time of year, especially following the holiday season. If you really want to make an impact, send a thoughtful, handwritten, tactile note – instead of the ubiquitous email or text – and your recipient will be charmed that you took the time to share your heartfelt appreciation. A carefully-crafted, handwritten note sets your message apart with distinction and speaks volumes about courtesy.

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Wishing you a Superfine Holiday

As 2015 comes to an end, there is no better way to thank customers, colleagues and friends then with a warm, holiday greeting. This year, Mohawk’s holiday card celebrates the heritage and legacy of our Superfine grade.

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Lost My Name Personalized storybooks

Children love to receive storybooks during the holidays. If you’re looking for a unique gift that will completely surprise and delight a budding bookworm, look no further than the personalized books created by Lost My Name.

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Oprah’s Favorite Photo Album, by Artifact Uprising

Since Colorado-based Artifact Uprising began in 2012, the brand has very quickly become a runaway hit with design and eco-conscious consumers looking for beautiful, tactile and memorable photo books and other photo products.  Inspired by the disappearing beauty of the tangible, Artifact Uprising has developed a following of devotees including….Oprah Winfrey.

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Blurb + Mohawk #PulptoPrint: Part 2

In our last Felt & Wire post, we introduced a special event we recently hosted at Mohawk with our friends from Blurb, called #PulptoPrint.

The Pulp to Print retreat featured two days of inspiration by way of tours, exhibits, discussion and the sharing of ideas and work among a group of very creative individuals: academics, artists, photographers, writers, designers – all who value the contribution that fine paper brings to printed projects.

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