DOYLE PARTNERS

anamorphic projection

DOYLE PARTNERS

source: thisiscolossal

Artist Stephen Doyle of Doyle Partners (of paper sculpture fame) just completed this excellent anamorphic projection for the New York Times magazine using blue tape. The project involved taping the various words of traits being taught at KIPP Infinity middle school in Manhattan, of which “grit” is one. The photo is great and I also enjoyed the making-of video showing just how it’s done.
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source: doylepartners

Doyle Partners merges expertise in graphic design, communications, advertising and marketing in a small studio environment. After twenty-five years, the firm continues to impress a broad roster of clients with design concepts that are active and engaging, implemented with discipline and imagination.

This is a studio where identity programs, packaging, magazines, catalogs, books, installations, environmental graphics and products are created simultaneously for a varied clientele.