Mohawk Maker Quarterly

Introducing Issue 13 of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly: The Fundamentals of Disruption

Each issue of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly relies on a single word for its creative framework. In issue thirteen, that word is “disruption.” Consistent with the ongoing strategy behind the publication, issue thirteen seeks to provide thought-provoking inspiration for graphic designers around the world through engaging content and well-considered design on paper.

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A War of Speed

The most fascinating manifestation of partnership? Arguably, it’s rivalry. A look back at one of the greatest in sporting history—Ford versus Ferrari in the 1960s.

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Part Five: I Quit – Poketo

They quit their jobs as a designer and film post producer to become product designers and shop owners.

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Part Four: I Quit – Jedidiah Jenkins

He quit his job as a lawyer to become an adventurer and writer.

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Part One: I Quit

We’ve all fantasized about it: Quitting your day job to pursue your dreams on your terms—following your inspiration wherever it leads. To throw caution to the wind, reject convenience and act on what feeds your creative soul. No matter your situation, it’s scary to leave security behind for the uncertainty of independence. But it’s also intoxicating. In this five part blog series, we’ll introduce you to some creatives who quit and lived to tell the tale—and who just might inspire you to set out and forge your own trail.

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Process Defines Product

Not all cheese is Parmigiano-Reggiano. Not all whiskey is bourbon. How these products are made defines what they are.

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