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Book Cover: Barnabas Horton We’re really excited to share with you our first book cover design! Barnabas Horton – The Yeoman of Long Island will be published later this year. It tells the story of one of Long Island’s early settlers, who despite the legend was an ordinary man.
Fifth Avenue BID mimoYmima’s entries into the Fifth Avenue BID logo competition.
Beygl This new Park Slope eatery has amazing bagels, or as they like to call them, beygls. They are true to the old school methods, creating them in small batches with the best ingredients.
In Progress: Park Slope Civic Council For the last few months we have been working on the redesign of the site for the Park Slope Civic Council, a non-profit organization that is an incredible resource to our community.
AlterBrook Renovations AlterBrook was started by Daniel Alter, an architect living in Park Slope, Brooklyn. He expanded his business to include renovation of hand picked townhouses and needed a way to publicize the properties and find buyers.
Your Website & Facebook Last night mimo (AKA Brent) spoke at the Park Slope Civic Council’s ‘Growing a Brooklyn Business’ initiative at the Montauk Club in Park Slope. Here’s the notes we put together for the event and some thoughts that came afterward.
Calder’s Flat Calder’s Flat is a unique guesthouse nestled into a quaint block in Park Slope, Brooklyn. The owner, Jackie Dinan, wanted a branded look and custom website designed for the guesthouse to help distinguish her business. We created a classic look that matches her style, check it out:
2009 Snowflake Festival We just made the website for Park Slope, Brooklyn’s 3rd Annual Snowflake Festival.
Our new winter ad We designed our new ad for the Park Slope Reader’s winter edition, check ‘er out:

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