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Mohawk Introduces New Strathmore Writing, Text, Cover Swatchbook

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Mohawk Fine Papers, Cohoes, N.Y., USA, announced earlier this week a redesigned swatchbook for its Strathmore Writing, Text, and Cover papers. 

Fourth in a series of nine new Mohawk swatchbooks, the Strathmore Writing Text and Cover swatchbook has been designed to make the paper specification process clearer, easier, and more inspirational for designers, printers, stationers, and paper enthusiasts.

Four new heritage colors are introduced in the swatchbook, curated from the Strathmore Archives: Dusk Blue, Golden Olive, Riviera Rose, and Pyro Brown. The swatchbook also includes Strathmore favorites—25% Cotton Writing, genuine felt Grandee, deckle-edged Pastelle, unique Enhance silk, and celebrated Cambric Linen. 

This hefty new resource is a paper specifier’s dream with a Quick Spec section which provides a quick, organized overview of colors, finishes, and weights available within the paper grade. Following is a Browse section, which allows users to dive deeper into the specification process to identify finish, shade, and weight. Each waterfall within Browse contains information about available colors and weights, including one sample of every shade available within each finish.  A Details section contains in-depth paper information and specific printing resources.

Strathmore Writing, Text, and Cover papers have been recognized as some of the finest stationery, letterpress, and printing papers in the world since 1892. Handcrafted with a distinctive touch and sophisticated palette, they add an image of luxury to printed communications.

The Strathmore swatchbook was designed by Hybrid Design of San Francisco, Calif.,and produced by Fey Printing, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. The Strathmore Writing Text & Cover swatchbook is available now. To order a copy, paper specifiers can contact their local paper merchants or place an order online.

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