MWM Graphics is the Design, Fine Art, and Illustration Studio of Matt W. Moore
Thanks to a busy schedule and some awesome projects in Art & Design it has been almost 4 years (!?) since this portfolio has been properly updated. In the coming months I will do a mega revamp to all 10 chapters of work & play. In the meantime please surf through my extensive Year-In-Review recaps – 2015 / 2014 / 2013 / 2012. Stay tuned for my most recent projects via – Facebook & Instagram. And as always, plenty of new products & limited editions posters available – MWM Online Shop. Looking forward to a big refresh Spring 2016! – MWM
    Sretenka Sculptures   Ceramic Tiles   Nike Running
Jacquard Afghans   Heineken Club Bottle   Wired Magazine   Robot Drawings
Google   K2 Snowboards   Apple Desktop   Atomic Skis
Gravis Footwear   Ford Fiesta   GNU Snowboards   D&D Magic
Coca-Cola London Olympics   Momentum Bicycles   Almond Surfboards   Ray-Ban Wayfarers
    Glyph Cue   Spray Painted Sweaters   Harvest
New Black   Archive # 1 – Type   Secret Location   Ludwig
Archive # 2 – Various   Live Unique   Iconoclast   DC
    MFE Magazine   Wired App Guide   Citroen
Wired Archive   Vectorfunk Portraits   Buddy Media   Fishing Lures
Momentum   Sticks & Bricks   Deck Of Cards   Nike Dunk
    Glyph It Up   Type Jam Archive # 5   An Animated Bunch
Form Fifty Five   Alphafont # 3   Type Jam Archive # 2   Type Jam Archive # 4
Alphafont # 2   Black & White Calendar   Google Treatments   Alphafont # 4
    Process Of Elaboration   Archive # 3   Op-Geo Series
Cycles & Seasons   Rorschach Series # 2   Infinity Knot Theory   Archive # 2 – Various
Rorschach Series # 1   Vectorfunk Series # 1   Adidas NFL   Archive # 1 – Patterns
Vectorfunk Series # 3   Vectorfunk Series # 2   The Cosmos Series   Vectorfunk – The Book
    Gravity   Algorhythms   Sun Ray Ricochet
XYZ Axis   Round Trip   Crystals & Lasers   Hexagon Series
Matthew Scissorhands   Parallel Universe   Behind The Scenes   Rewind Series
Abstract Archive # 1   Convergence   Mandala Archive   20 / 20
    B/W Series # 8 (2013)   B/W Series # 7 (2012)   B/W Series # 6 (2011)
B/W Series # 5 (2009)   B/W Series # 4 (2008)   B/W Series # 3 (2007)   B/W Series # 2 (2006)

Matt W. Moore works to the credo of ‘range is conducive to growth.’ Like many artists of his generation, Matt’s background was in action board sports and the action art of graffiti, each with their core value of speed, do-it-yourself ethic, enthusiasm for new terrain, and sheer fun of collaboration. Over the past decade, he’s applied those principles to his bold, graphic aesthetic in media both analog and digital, for projects both personal and commercial.

As founder of MWM Graphics, Matt dubbed his digital abstract style ‘Vectorfunk’ early on in his career, and has since employed it to cover surfaces ranging from Ray-Ban Wayfarers to Almond Surfboards; an Apple Desktop, Coca-Cola’s London Olympics Campaign, and an entire issue of Wired Magazine. Whether working in fine art or commercial applications, Matt W. Moore finds that each sparks the other. Graphic design projects often inform the Monumental Murals he paints in city neighborhoods around the world. His annual series of Watercolor Paintings in black and white might inform future Logo Designs. Cross-pollinating between disciplines allows him to constantly refresh his perspective and produce unique work. Applying his vision to new surfaces or in collaboration with others always proves his credo.

Many of Matt’s most memorable projects have been at the intersection of art and design, and often involve substantial collaborative processes. These range from his own initiatives, such as his clothing line Glyph Cue and his home goods line Core Deco, to projects initiated by others, such as painted outdoor sculptures for Moscow’s Sretenka Design Week, robot-generated Sharpie marker drawings done with a Modified CNC Machine, and curated projects such as murals at Art Basel Miami Beach or corridor-length wall paintings in Barcelona’s Vincci Hotel. Leaving himself open to the inspiration of new places, materials, and looming deadlines, for the majority of his projects with art galleries, he arrives to the venue empty-handed, creating the entire body of work as a residency on-site, whether in ParisSão Paulo, or Cincinnati, and always with accompanying outdoor murals and street paintings.