Mohawk Launches New Skytone Swatchbook
The redesigned swatchbook for Mohawk’s Skytone paper grade makes the paper specification process clearer and easier.
Mohawk, Cohoes, New York, has a redesigned swatchbook for its Skytone paper grade. It is the second in a series of nine redesigned swatchbooks that have been developed to make the paper specification process clearer and easier.
While the Skytone paper grade has not changed, the new swatchbook gives paper specifiers a fresh look at the grade. It showcases a collection of 12 pastel shades that evoke the look and feel of genuine parchment paper. The FSC-certified paper is made with 30-percent postconsumer waste fiber and manufactured with windpower. A line of matching stocked envelopes also are available in a variety of styles and sizes.
The Skytone Swatchbook was designed by Hybrid, San Francisco, California. It was produced by Fey Printing, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, and measures 9×6″. For more information, visit www.mohawkconnects.com/swatchbooks.