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

Last night, we were honored to be included in a special sneak-peek party at Eventide Oyster Co..  The Eventide / Hugo's staff was joined by friends, family, and a seeming who's who of the Portland food scene. It was great to see the restaurant community supporting the guys in their new venture, to catch up with so many friendly faces and to make some new connections.

 

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AuthorArielle Walrath
CategoriesGoings On

The new HoneyMaker Mead website focuses visitors on the high quality, local ingredients used in each batch of mead. Realizing a large segment of the market remains unaware of what mead is, we spent a considerable amount of time developing a way to illustrate to visitors just what mead is and then, through explanation of each flavor, which flavors they might enjoy most.

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AuthorSean Wilkinson
CategoriesProjects