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Client Featured in the New York Times

Our client Green Chimneys was profiled in The New York Times on March 1st. A school for special-needs children located in Putnam County, N.Y., Green Chimneys pioneered the idea that emotionally challenged children could gain confidence and become socially adept by caring for animals. Our design and interactive team of Steve Habersang, Bria Caso, and Hannah Wool created the school’s new website. Article by Richard Schiffma, photo by Desiree Rios.

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Talking Business on WSHU

Nora was a panelist on WSHU’s “The Full Story” on January 28 along with Joe McGee, Vice President, Public Policy and Programs at The Business Council of Fairfield County; Cindi Bigelow, President and CEO of Bigelow Tea; and Eric Gjede, Vice President for Government Affairs with CBIA. With Governor Ned Lamont taking the helm this month, host Ron Ropiak asked the guests to provide the incoming government officials and listeners with ideas for improving the state’s business climate. “The Full Story” runs live Monday through Friday at 1 p.m. on WSHU News-Talk stations and via streaming.

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AIGA CT Emerging Professionals Workshop

Connecticut graphic design students are invited to participate in this year’s Emerging Professionals Workshop on February 23rd at the University of New Haven. Along with other AIGA board members, Dan has pulled together a full day of discussions, presentations, and portfolio reviews. Our designers Cindy and Iris will serve as portfolio reviewers. Register today.

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Book Featured in the 2018 Print Regional Design Annual

One of our projects, a sales book called All About Muehlstein, was selected as a winner in the 2018 Print Regional Design Awards competition and will be featured in the the HOW + Print book “The Best of Design,” scheduled to be released in Spring of 2019. The piece was designed by Steve Habersang, illustrated by Kate Bingaman Burt, and written by Philip Davidson and Damian Mullin of Muehlstein.

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Brand Featured in The New York Times

Our client Ideal Fish was profiled in The New York Times on November 20th. A recirculating salt water aquaculture company, Ideal Fish raises European sea bass in a former ballistics factory in Waterbury, CT. Our design and interactive team of Steve Habersang and Chris Yerkes created the Ideal Fish brand, including the logo, website, and sales collateral. Photo: Jessica Hill for The New York Times.

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CADC Awards Show Winners

Our team earned 11 awards at the 44th Annual CT Art Directors Club Awards Show, including work for Muehlstein, Mount Sinai Health System, The University of New Haven, Brigham Health, Sarah Lawrence College, Realytics, RiverRoad, Ideal Fish, Green Chimneys, The Marlin Company, and our studio. Congratulations all, including attendees from left to right Hannah, Vivian, Steve, Iris, Bria, Cindy, and Winsland.

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Creative Quarterly 52 Selects Muehlstein Book

Our entry “All About Muehlstein,” a hard cover sales book designed by Steve Habersang, written by Philip Davidson, and illustrated by Kate Bingaman-Burt, has been selected to be published in Creative Quarterly 52, due out in October 2018.

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2018 Stamford Boys & Girls Club 5k

The 2018 Stamford Boys & Girls Club 5K attracted over 2,000 runners. Our team this year included (from left to right) Dan Taylor, Hannah Fichandler, Cindy Lau, Laura Croft, Chris Yerkes, Iris Tao, Bria Caso, Kat Hall, Steve Habersang, and Connie Tao. Over $200,000 was raised to benefit the Stamford Boys & Girls Club.

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2018 American Web Design Award Winner

We received notice from GDUSA Magazine that our work was selected as winners in the 2018 American Web Design Awards competition. The projects chosen were the Ideal Fish website designed by Steve Habersang, written by James MacKnight, and programmed by Chris Yerkes; and the River Road Waste website designed by Steve Habersang, written by Jennifer Covello and Jennifer Bernheim, photography by Danny Sanchez, and programmed by Hannah Wool.