Mohawk Maker Quarterly

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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Working to Code

For artist Tom Sachs, there is the right way, the wrong way, and his way.

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Introducing Issue 12 of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly: The Power of Partnership

We tend to romanticize the mythology of the solo creative genius. However, humanity’s greatest achievements have happened when people — two or two thousand — worked together. For the 12th issue of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly, we celebrate the partnerships that underpin notable projects today — and that helped bring life to influential work in the past.

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Design Thinking is Dead. Long Live Design

Design is a whole brain exercise. An exercise that young designers may be missing in today’s factory system of design.

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DIWHY: Understanding the DIY Revolution

Our ultra-modern world of on-demand services promises convenience and instant gratification; life moves fast, and we want things even faster. But at what cost? Understanding the DIY revolution—reclaiming our creativity to make more and do more—allows us a new way to connect to ourselves and to each other.

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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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