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Mohawk opens its doors to kor group

  • Doug in front of the Mohawk sign
    Doug in front of the Mohawk sign
  • Entrance to the Mohawk Mill
    Entrance to the Mohawk Mill
  • Outside the mill
    Outside the mill
  • Another image outside the mill
    Another image outside the mill
  • Doug in front of the Mohawk welcome sign
    Doug in front of the Mohawk welcome sign
  • Sample wall in the Mohawk Lobby
    Sample wall in the Mohawk Lobby
  • Sample of Mohawk sample swatch books and paper promotions we use everyday
    Sample of Mohawk sample swatch books and paper promotions we use everyday
  • Thanks Mohawk!
    Thanks Mohawk!
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Over the holidays Mohawk opened its paper mill in update New York to kor group. One of our designers Doug was able to tour the mill and meet with Mohawk representatives.

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Creative Mornings

Creative Mornings

Creative Mornings is a free event that started in NYC in 2009. The idea was to create an accessible, inspiring morning event for people to meet. Creative Mornings is now happening in over 30 cities around the world, and lucky for us, Boston is one of them!

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Use your common sense to make the most of your Summer!

summer, summer, summertime….

A number of Boston companies, including kor group, provide their employees with "summer hours", letting us leave on Fridays to get the weekend started a little early. We can get a head start if we're traveling (maybe miss a *little* traffic?), or just relax and enjoy the nice weather (likely with summer cocktail in hand).

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Making Mommy Proud

Grace and MB making their donations to Cradles to Crayons

When my 6 year old said she didn't want her friends to give her a birthday present for her 7th birthday soiree, I immediately reached for the thermometer. “Mom, I have too many toys and I really don't need any more.” Forget the the thermometer, I thought I better call her pediatrician!

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Why the pencil is mightier than the pen

In a recent kor group presentation, we used a series of stories to introduce three members of our team. These stories served as examples for how we think, work and have evolved as professionals in the creative industry. This presentation got me to wondering what story I can tell to highlight what we do as designers. I thought of key mentors in my time at Mass Art, amusing stories from my childhood, books that I had read, etc. when I remembered the following:

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