Breathing Lights: Bringing Attention and Beauty to Cities’ Vacant Buildings

Across the United States, vacant homes and properties are a continuous problem Americans face. Visually, they are unappealing and lack life however, these vacant properties also take a heavy toll on our economic growth and the communities they are located within. Breathing Lights is looking to shed light on this problem through an innovative art installation that brings this issue to the forefront…right in Mohawk’s back yard.

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We stand with Folds of Honor

Since 2007, the Folds of Honor foundation has been making a difference in young lives by providing educational support to spouses and children of fallen and wounded soldiers. To date, the non-profit organization has provided over 10,000 scholarships for the families of these heroic Americans.

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Keep a Child Alive’s Black Ball 2015

It’s never a dull night when celebrities and the art world come together to support philanthropic causes. From the couture and red carpet to the heart lifting music and worldwide impact of combined generosity, Keep a Child Alive’s Black Ball has been a night to remember for twelve years.

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Charley Inc. is spreading the love for our furry friends


Pets. They’re our best friends, our companions, and they bring us immense joy. In honor of National Pet Day, we’re taking a look back on how Charley Inc. celebrated our furry friends on Valentine’s Day 2015.

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A Community of Makers Create an Environmentally Responsible Packaging Solution

Supporting our community of makers is a pillar of Mohawk’s foundation. For over eighty years, Mohawk has had the privilege of working with a community of savvy designers, ambitious printers, and innovative companies, and their ability to inspire has never faltered.  We are excited to share details of a new partnership between So Delicious Dairy FreeCuppow, and Repeat Press.

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Jessica Hische and the MOO Luxe Project

This month’s MOO Luxe Project is brought to you by one of our favorite letterers and illustrators, Jessica Hische – and it’s quite a beautiful collection. The first design for The Luxe Project that offers a suite of complementary personal or business stationery products is based on Jessica’s popular Daily Drop Cap project.

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