It was only a matter of time, then, that someone would shift Steinberg's telescopic lens across the East River and reinterpret the scene from a Brooklynite's point of view. The designers at newly launched Brooklyn Poster (whose parent company BlankSlate has a working relationship with Brooklyn Mag, for complete disclosure) picture Manhattan as small and drab, heh, while packing Kings County with vibrant signs of life. McCarren Park is in there. So is the Barclays Center, Coney Island, the Williamsburg Savings Bank, the Brooklyn Public Library... It's a "Where's Waldo" of borough landmarks. Even with swaths of the cityscape missing (Kensington, anyone? Flatbush? Etc.), the gist of it is made clear: We're living at the new center of the universe. Take a closer look at Brooklyn Poster's illustration here.