“One of my favorite designers in the world and a true Artist with a capital A.” Michael Bierut, Pentagram
Stephen Doyle is recognized as the ultimate “designer’s designer,” merging imagination, intelligence, creativity and craftsmanship through incisive and enduring design. His numerous acccoldaes include the Cooper-Hewitt’s National Design Award for Communication in 2010 & AIGA Medalist in 2014.
Creative director at Doyle Partners, a design studio focuses on creating work across a broad spectrum. From branding (including The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and the World Monuments Fund) to packaging and graphics (for David Byrne and Brooklyn Brewery), architectural signage, environmental graphics and way-finding (including work at Times Square, Rockefeller Center, The Battery and Brooklyn Bridge Park), and editorial illustrations, constructions and motion graphics (for The New Yorker, The New York Times, Wired, Vanity Fair and American Express.)
Currently on the boards is a collaboration with Ned Kahn for the building housing a new shark exhibit at the New York Aquarium in Coney Island, where 48,000 suspended aluminum tiles will move with the breeze, creating a reflective, kinetic skin resembling the surface of the ocean. The studio is also bringing an editorial approach to architectural graphics for the new home of The Center for Fiction, under construction in Brooklyn.
A member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale, Stephen’s work is in the permanent collection of The Whitney Museum, The Cooper-Hewitt and the Biblioteque Nationale de France.
In Doyle’s world, humanity rules, ideas cast shadows, and color talks.