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Welcome to our Press Page

Here you will find out all the BUZZ that is happening about Mirabelle and her exciting adventures!

Here is the opening text from our first press about our art gallery in a major regional magazine Baltimore Style in June 2009.

A Dog’s Life

"Detail Gallery is a lovely little gem of a store filled with the photographs, prints and sculpture of 35 artists. But it’s best known as the home of Mirabelle, the quirky 2 1/2-year-old Boston Terrier who is the starring character in owner Michael Muller’s book— and life."—L.W.
Our company, Detail LLC and The Adventures of Mirabelle, was featured as a Product Peek at the 2011 National Stationery Show as one of the hot new items of the show.

See our little girl hanging out of a NYC Yellow Taxi and saying "I LOVE NYC" to all her fans.

Check out the great photo from the Mirabelle and Mr. Muller publicity shoot for Workman Publishing from 2012! These two will be getting around the country throughout 2012 as they launch their National Book Tour this Fall.
We launched our new Mirabelle and Mr. Muller Friendship greeting cards at the 2012 National Stationery Show. Our card was chosen to compete in The Best New Product competition! This is the display we designed for the booth at the Show.
This is the article in the October 2012 edition of the CAMP Rehoboth LETTERS magazine. It's a great article and promotes our "spooktacular" two-day Mirabelle book event at Browseabout Bookstore in Rehoboth Beach, DE.

Here is the link to the: CAMP Rehoboth LETTERS article.
Here is the amazing full page article in the Scene Section of the Baltimore Sun newspaper from Sunday, December 1, 2012. We are overwhelmed and overjoyed by this incredible article and humbled by the beautiful writing by staff writer Jill Rosen and the lovely photography by Algerina Penna. THANK YOU!
Mirabelle just keeps getting more and more famous! Miss M got a mention in the Baltimore Sun Newspaper in 2013. Since Baltimore doesn't have a PandaCam they pondered what famous celebrity pets in Baltimore could fill in for their own Cam.