Might & Main recently launched a revamp of ChelseasTable.com, the website for Chelsea's Table, a New York and Connecticut-based café and catering company co-founded by Stonyfield Farm President Gary Hirshberg. The update added new site sections, slightly reworked the user interface, and incorporated additional photography and more interactive functionality.

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AuthorArielle Walrath
CategoriesProjects

There’s a sense of community in Portland that is hard to define and harder to match. In our 3 years as an agency in Portland (and 10+ years before that working here), we’ve had the fortune of being a part of a lot of great things, from restaurant openings to public rallies to one of the most important exhibits to show at the Portland Museum of Art. And we’ve been on the receiving end of so much support and camaraderie that the thought of working anywhere else seems impossible. When we saw that some friends were organizing an event to highlight the importance of the use of public space in our favorite city, we jumped at the chance to be a part of it. 

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AuthorSean Wilkinson
CategoriesGoings On

A few weeks into developing the product line for Portland Museum of Art, I had an idea. Though we had planned several luxury items, as well as gifts that fit the most frugal shopper, we didn't have a headline grabbing product that would appeal to everyone—young, old, serious, nonchalant, acquisitive, and discerning alike. I became slightly obsessed with finding a product that would have the broadest appeal to any type of customer at the museum's store. Then, one day, I had it—a Winslow Homer bobblehead!

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AuthorGraeme Kennedy
CategoriesProjects

When the Portland Museum of Art Store approached Might & Main to design a line of products centered around their upcoming Winslow Homer exhibit, it was an opportunity to be involved in communicating Maine's part in art history and to help to put the Museum on the national map. 

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AuthorArielle Walrath
CategoriesProjects

At Might & Main, we're not just a bunch of design geeks. In fact, we boast an NCAA Division II Final Four combo-guard(Morgan) and Maine Recreational League 5th grade champion (Graeme) amongst our ranks. It was no surprise then, when a simple debate about the new Brooklyn Nets identity turned into a hardwood classic about trends, mass markets, and the commitment to do good work.

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AuthorGraeme Kennedy
CategoriesOpinion