Hi. My name is Michael Muccioli. I'm an interactive designer, vector doodler, and explorer of visual communication — currently making a living bringing digital interactions to life at Exit10 in Baltimore, Maryland. I live in a studio apartment in the small neighborhood of Woodberry with my Girlfriend and our cat 'Poe'. If you'd like to chat or talk about collaborating on a new project, drop me a line below or you can find me on Instagram.

commonvision: UMBC design & print center

Client: commonvision

Type: Branding, Print, Web

Design. Print. Animate. I spent the last of my time at commonvision perfecting logos and creating a cohesive brand. Along with pushing pixels till they were perfect, I created various giveaways for the print shop including lightning bolt foam fingers, felt pennants, screenprinted totebags, and a vast library of custom illustrations. These illustrations were used from promotional posters to custom printed packaging tape.

Bartleby: Creative Arts Journal

Client: UMBC Bartleby

Type: Book Design, Art Direction

This book was designed for the 34th installment of Bartleby, the creative arts journal published once a year composed solely of student submissions in areas of fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, and visual art. In addition to the offset printed book, I created a poster for the soft-release party.

The Torch: Liberty Mutual Gives Back

Agency: Havas Helia

Type: Web, Email, Infographic

The Torch serves as a bi-monthly email newsletter for Liberty Mutual Insurance, which features various auto and home articles for customers. For the Fourth of July, Liberty Mutual wanted to leverage this outlet to celebrate the action taken by Liberty Mutual employees in giving back to the community.


Client: Personal

Type: Web, Branding

16tooth is a design concept for a fixed-gear bicycle blog and monthly zine that was coded as a passion project to further my front-end development skills.

Terra Rubra

Client: Personal

Type: Branding, Print, Web

Inspired by Francis Scott Key and the War of 1812 in Baltimore, Terra Rubra is a craft brewery branding concept. This project allowed me to mesh my love of iconography, screenprinting, and beer into one identity concept through a handmade and screeprinted growler case, stationary, brand manual, and responsive one pager.


Client: Various

Type: Illustration, Digital, Print

Digital doodles, late-night animating, or a small label illustration for my homebrew beer. This is a collection of one-off illustrations that may or may not have a purpose, but were pretty damn fun to create.