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Stephen Doyle

Stephen Doyle’s unique ability to give words a deeper meaning in graphic form results in an intelligent, provocative body of work for clients including The New York Times, AIGA, Vanity Fair magazine, and publisher Alfred A. Knopf. Notable projects include branding for Martha Stewart as well as packaging and in-store presentations of that brand in Kmart and Macy’s, and a new identity program for Barnes & Noble. Doyle is Creative Director at Doyle Partners, a design studio specializing in identity, packaging, signage, environment, and editorial design. He previously served as Art Director at M&Co. and as Associate Art Director at Rolling Stone and Esquire magazines.

19th Amendment installation, 1996. Photo: Scott Frances


The three main criteria for the jury are excellence, innovation, and enhancement of the quality of life. What do you think?

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