Manhattan Magazine names the Brothers one of 46 Most Stylish Men

The Brothers in Identical: Portraits of Twins by Martin Schoeller

East Village Boys interviews The Brothers

http://www.eastvillageboys.com/2012/04/27/the-brothers-mueller-living-decorative-objects/

Stylecaster names The Brothers one of the 50 Most Stylish New Yorkers

Visiting Artists at the School of Visual Art – Virginia Tech

The Brothers give a lecture, workshop and solo exhibition at the School of Visual Art at Virginia Tech.

Martha Stewart Living Boundless Beauty Wins SPD Tablet App of the Year!

The Brothers Mueller were part of the small creative team assembled for Martha Stewart’s first digital magazine. The Society of Publication Designers (SPD) has named Boundless Beauty Tablet App of the Year.

Viral Wallpaper on exhibit at the Chelsea Art Museum as part of Model Citizens [ICFF]

Part of their wallpaper series, The Brothers Mueller present interactive wallpaper.

The Brothers Mueller photographed by Peter Ross

The Brothers Mueller have been photographed by the amazing photographer Peter Ross! Peter Ross makes portraits for designers, advertising agencies, magazines, websites, and for himself. Peter has worked with New York Magazine, Vanity Fair, W, the Advocate and Forbes. via Peter Ross Photography


The Brothers Mueller, a collaborative twin duo, are Art Directors, Lead Developers and Principals at Studio Mercury. With over 10 years of programming and design experience, the Brothers Mueller have developed solutions for real-time digital installations, mobile and tablet device applications. The Brothers Mueller received their BFAs in Graphic Design from The Myers School of Art at the University of Akron, and later their MFA in Digital Media from the Rhode Island School of Design. Their experience in digital technology has empowered a wide range of clients in fashion, lifestyle, advertising, corporate and non-profit institutions. In 2010, The Brothers Mueller joined a small hand-picked creative team at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia to help assemble their first iPad publication “Boundless Beauty.” Since then, they have worked with Condé Nast, the Guggenheim Museum, Rhode Island School of Design, Newsweek, Google, NARS, and Core77 in creating a multitude of digital innovative projects.
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TEACHING

The Brothers Mueller have lectured and hosted workshops at several universities on the importance of creating and maintaing an online presence. For the Rhode Island School of Design they pioneered RISD FEED, a multi-user digital platform for the graduate body to upload, share and publicize work. Creating digital technology that is both empowering for the users and visually striking for the audience is at the core of their approach.