Superfine & Blurb Partner for Page-Turners

“It feels luxe.” That’s how Bruce Watermann, Blurb’s SVP of Operations, describes the tactile nature of Mohawk Superfine.

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Superfine’s Timeless Appeal Spans Multiple Generations

At the age of 18, Francis Atterbury traveled from the UK to the Mohawk Paper Mill in Cohoes, NY. The year was 1979 and Francis, who was visiting on behalf of his father’s printing company Westerham Press, had never been to a paper mill before. “I was treated with great kindness and generosity and saw first hand the care and craft that went into every aspect … It impressed upon me the number of people and investment behind a (deceptively) simple sheet of the finest paper,” he recalls.

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Happy Thanksgiving from the Strathmore Archive

Give your stomachs a break & feast on these wonderful 1920s illustrations from the Strathmore Archive.

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Greetabl: The (Superfine) card that’s also a box

Today, guest blogger, Sarah Schwartz, editor of Stationery Trends and The Paper Chronicles, brings us the story of Greetabl.

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Issue #10 of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly is all about beauty

Beauty isn’t a superficial aesthetic trait; it inspires, moves and engages us. It triggers emotion. It attracts. It gives pleasure. What’s more, beauty is universal: Everyone, regardless of culture, age or experience can recognize and appreciate a beautiful person, scene, object or sound, even though we have differing opinions of what qualifies as beautiful.

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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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