Matt Bero, also known as the “Moose-Maker,” is a designer, artist, and public
Matt is a designer and artist hailing from Titletown-Green Bay, WI. Before making the jump to business owner in November of 2016, he spent 5 years with Associated Bank learning the ins and outs of a corporate organization while also building his side hustle. Design Bero is a one-man agency specializing in brand identity, marketing, user experience, and creative consulting. With a formal background in both graphic design as well as being a certified User Experience and Usability Analyst, Matt has grown a following not just for his business but also for his work in the community. Last year he raised over $18K for public art and before that, enriched Olde Main with a towering building mural: Morty the Moose.
His passion is helping to improve communities in creative ways. After completing "Morty the Moose," Matt felt that other creatives should have opportunities to contribute in a creative way too. It was then that a partnership between Look Up Art and the with the Millennial Trains Project was formed.
Look Up Art is dedicated to shedding light on how public art comes to life, creatively and logistically. In conjunction with Millennial Trains Project (MTP), Look Up Art took a multi-city approach to studying current art projects and even those coming to fruition; even looking at the influence art can have on a city and it's surrounding communities. The findings from this trip are being applied locally and turned into an educational resource that provides background information and insights on how to create and expand the presence of public art.
Matt was born and raised in the Bay of Green, where he currently rides and resides.
Passionately curious and always on the Mouvre, you can often find him at a pizza joint, coffee shop, or cruising the city on his fat tire bicycle.