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Every time I finish reading an issue of Mohawk Maker Quarterly, I always wonder how the next one will sustain the publication’s path. How can the next theme possibly resonate as much as the current one? Well, I’m not exactly sure how they do it, but this most recent release not …

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Since it’s Flashback Friday, the timing is perfect to look back on my trip to Mohawk in upstate New York this past September. And while I learned a lot about the company’s rich history — and got a chance to see the Strathmore Archive in its permanent home — I’ve decided that it’s Mohawk …

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The most recent issue of the award-winning Mohawk Maker is about to be released, and this is one issue you don’t want to miss! It focuses on the concept of Character, which has so many meanings: a role in a play; a moral or ethical quality; and a collection of …

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A while back, the hefty Ladies of Letterpress gift book — really an information-packed opus to the craft — crossed my desk. Published by Princeton Architectural Press and coming in at an impressive 192 pages with 86 removable posters, this is a treatise to both the craft and the LoLP group. That international organization …

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Many of you know I am nearly a lifelong Clevelander – I did live in New York City for years, but returned home about 12 years ago. While most Clevelanders are distinguished by their devotion to our sports teams, their love of rock ‘n roll and, more recently, a pride in being …

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You’ve seen one journal, you’ve seen them all, right? Wrong! While the resurgence in journals + notebooks (especially and even amongst tech-industry types) is evidence of a cultural shift dubbed by New Yorker contributor David Sax the revenge of analog, makers are infusing journals with their own personal stamp. Here are three …

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Sometimes you have to look to the past to create the future, and that’s just what Mohawk has done with its release of its four new Strathmore ‘Heritage Colors.’ With 123 years of American craftsmanship and the amazing Strathmore Archives to review, there are a certainly a lot of colors to …

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Mohawk Maker Quarterly #6 is all about impressions, which I find a little ironic since I’ve been reviewing a PDF of the issue for weeks, but once my copy arrived yesterday, it left a whole different (and by different, I mean even better) impression on me than the digital version. …

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