Monadnock Launches HP Indigo Solutions Portfolio of 100% Post Consumer Waste Recycled Material

Monadnock Launches HP Indigo Solutions Portfolio of 100% Post Consumer Waste Recycled Material

New “Stock Guide” Publication Provides Complete Listing of Weights, Sizes, and Specifications for HP Indigo Certified or Optimized Substrates BENNINGTON, N.H. (November 16, 2022) — Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc., the oldest continuously operating paper mill in the United States, is pleased to announce its HP Indigo Solutions Portfolio of 100% Post-Consumer Waste (PCW) paper, packaging, […]

Make Ink Dance on Paper: Duotones, Tritones, and Quadtones

Make Ink Dance on Paper: Duotones, Tritones, and Quadtones

While duotones, tritones, and quadtones (multitones) seem to be on everyone’s graphic design trends to watch lists, the effect has a long history in design. First used in sepia photographs to brighten up grayscale pictures, it was used on record covers and movie posters to create psychedelic art in the 60s and 70s, Shepard Farley’s […]

What Earth Day Means to Monadnock Paper Mills

What Earth Day Means to Monadnock Paper Mills

Earth Day is a meaningful moment for us at Monadnock Paper Mills. Given everything that has transpired since last April, today is marked with even extra significance. We went back and looked at what we were thinking and feeling last year: “This current crisis will pass, as have all the others that have preceded it. […]

Announcing Dr. Rajan Iyer

Announcing Dr. Rajan Iyer

Dr. Rajan Iyer to Serve as New Vice President of Research & Development and Technical Services Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc., the oldest continuously operating paper mill in the United States, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Rajan Iyer as its new Vice President of Research & Development and Technical Services. Dr. Iyer will […]

Together we can build a better world.

Together we can build a better world.

As you would imagine, we are big fans of Earth Day here at Monadnock. For us, it’s really akin to attending a family reunion. We know all year that we have family members who we love (and sometimes love to fight with), worry about, and take care of day-to-day. But once a year it’s wonderful […]

The Forgotten Plastics in Grocery

The Forgotten Plastics in Grocery

We are drowning in plastic. Did you know that virtually half the plastic ever manufactured has been made in the past 15 years? This trend has not gone unnoticed by consumers who are becoming increasingly upset at a large number of disposable plastics produced every year. At the epicenter of the plastic debate is your […]