- MUDEO is a multidisciplinary design operative based around Boston specializing in graphic design, brand identity, and architecture.With a background in multiple design disciplines including architecture, graphic design, and brand strategy, the work takes a holistic point of view and synthesizes to a cohesive final result. Working across multiple platforms, the design methodology is consistently rooted in research, programming, and context, creating pragmatic solutions that are aesthetically pleasing and visually stimulating.
- The studio is a moniker for the work of Kenny Isidoro, a designer and creative thinker. Whether designing a building, book, or brand, he approaches the design solution through a process that is more problem-based than aesthetically driven, and intrinsically links the concept to the content.
Before earning his Master of Architecture degree in 2008, he graduated with degrees in both architecture and graphic design from Northeastern University. His thesis was based on the theoretical idea of developing unused air rights to create cultural and commercial buildings within the three-dimensional puzzle of existing urban fabric, eliminating waste and displacement, and creating a denser city.
He has worked as a designer for Ann Beha Architects and Elkus Manfredi Architects in Boston, focusing on mixed-use, housing, and cultural projects. As current marketing director and graphic designer for LLB Architects in Providence, he has assisted the firm in winning multiple commissions for large-scale projects in New England, and has produced environmental graphics for many of the firm's architectural projects.
Outside of his day-to-day profession, he is passionate about the world of marching percussion and has merged his passion for the activity with his love for design. After marching with The Cadets drum corps from 2001-2003 and serving as technician in 2007, he produced the corps' new logo and brand identity. In 2011 and 2012, he was the program coordinator and visual designer for the world-champion King Philip Indoor Percussion Ensemble, a percussive arts group made up of high school and middle school students that competes on a national level. He was responsible for conceptual design, set design, costume design, and visual effect for the group.
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