Chris Harrold

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Mohawk has released its second of three print sets in the Make with Mohawk series. Print Set 02: Mohawk Via + Digital, featuring HP Indigo is gorgeous in and of itself, but more importantly, I am here today to tell you that this release — as well as Mohawk’s Pop-Up Printshop and …

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When it comes to color, there’s always another way to see things. If you don’t believe me, check out Mohawk’s launch of Keaykolour by Arjowiggins Creative Papers. These new colored papers are not only beautiful in and of themselves, they are presented in such a way that you can truly see …

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I’ve been lucky enough to see the Strathmore Archives several times (as I’ve written about here and here), but now they are on display at The Opalka Gallery, located on the Sage College of Albany campus — and from the looks of it, the presentation here is as dazzling as the …

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Envelopes have assumed a new importance in the last few years. A greeting card, for example, is no longer defined by its message, imagery and print method — presentation is paramount from the moment you spy it peeking at you from your mailbox. These encasements are deceptively simple — a …

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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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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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Christmas cards are big business — and not just in the sense that some 1.6 billion units are purchased each year. Rather, for many companies, specifically stationery companies, they are an opportunity to both thank and dazzle their customers in the fashion with which they are most familiar. Maybe that is why …

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