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.
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.
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.
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.