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Become a Materials Expert: Tips for Communicators

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The competition for an audiences’ attention has risen to a fever pitch. They are overwhelmed, bombarded with more-more-more, with less and less impact. What we make needs to matter, to make an impression, to elevate itself from the endless churn of communication. But the question is, how? The answer may lie close to home: print!

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Inspiration, education + conversation: A Maker’s Field Guide to Texture and Color

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The competition for your audiences’ attention has risen to a fever pitch. They are overwhelmed, bombarded with more-more-more, with less and less impact. What we create needs to make a powerful impression to elevate itself from the endless churn of communication.

But, how?

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TED 2016 DREAM print collateral highlights Mohawk Superfine + Options

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The TED 2016 conference celebrated dreams — big, bold and beautiful.

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An Invitation to Party Like Animals

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Who wouldn’t love to receive this fun, customized birthday invitation featuring unique illustration, intricate die-cut edges, an accordion fold, and a bright pink envelope liner? With campy crosshatch artwork of black and white wild animals imbibing, we can only imagine this was one heck of a party!

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Enter to Win: Custom NYC Stationery Store Map

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A while back, I profiled Tucci Cursive’s Boss Like a Lady series on The Paper Chronicles. Liz Tucci and I kept up a casual correspondence, and on April 18, just when National Stationery Show prep was in high gear, Liz reached out again with a fabulous idea.

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Fresh + Redesigned: Mohawk Maker Quarterly Issue 9 Inspires

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Mohawk is proud to announce the ninth issue of the Award-Winning Maker Quarterly Publication, with a complete revamp of formatting. After two years of publication, the refresh is serendipitously themed around the concept of inspiration.

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