Latest Posts from Daniela Thielisch

Teaching Character

The New York Times commissioned Stephen Doyle and his company for a group of temporary installations called “The Character Test”  in two different schools in September 2011. The schools, one a field stem in the Bronx called Riverdale Country School, and the other, Kipp Infinity middle school in New York Harlem, were trying to teach…

Magic, Nonsense, and Macramé

When one thinks of a traditional graphic designer, one’s mind immediately goes to 2D print, branding, logos, etc. However, Stephen Doyle not only creates inspiring 2D projects, but also loves to bring his projects to life into our 3D world. This project, Stephen Doyle’s interlaced chairs, creating a venn-diagram from bird’s eye view, is a…

Stephen Doyle

Born in 1956 in Baltimore, Maryland, Stephen Doyle grew up in a Jesuit high school, where an anonymous woman said to him, “You don’t know who I am, but I’m just calling to tell you that you are going to go to Cooper Union.” Doyle, perplexed, questioned what Cooper Union was. “The best art school…