Logan Doyle is a bespoke type and graphic designer from Indiana who’s work has been recognized by the Society of Typographic Arts (STA) numerous times, Communication Arts Typography Annual, and CMYK Magazine.
Doyle’s work has been exhibited at/on Typeforce, the Grunwald Gallery, RVTV.com (Rick Valicenti’s production company), within various installations at Indiana University, and the Fuller Projects.
He began his design career at the design studio Thirst/3st. Here, Logan worked with Rick Valicenti and Bud Rodecker on numerous projects for various clients in Chicago. The day to day interaction with these influential design figures provided the foundational skills to create impactful and meaningful design work.
Outside of the studio, Logan enjoys reading and researching art and design, experimenting with new mediums and approaches to typography, and creating digital worlds for his creations to inhabit.
School of Informatics & Computing
Indiana University, BS in Informatics
School of Art, Architecture & Design
BFA in Graphic Design
Thirst was Logan’s initiation into the industry of graphic design. Immediately after graduating from Indiana University he began an apprenticeship at 3st in Chicago, IL. Here, Logan learned from the expertise of Rick Valicenti, Bud Rodecker, John Pobojewski and all others in the studio. The apprenticeship was an extensive, insightful, and a foundational experience for my design career.
Holly Hunt, IIT College of Architecture, Lendlease, Belgravia Group,Focus Development, Shapack Partners
typographic standards, graphic standards,street banners, brochures, billboards,books, custom type,barricades, process videos, advertising templates
Worked as a designer within a B2B marketing agency.
Fujifilm, Sumitomo Carbide, Clarke, ER2 Image Group Engagements : trade show ephemera and banners, photography books, flyers, brochures, animations, social media content, brand guides, typographic guidelines, bespoke typography.
CMYK Top New Creatives #58 participant Published in CMYK Top 100 New Creatives #58
One of the 100 winners of the Chicago Society of Typographic Arts 2019 competition.
One of the 100 winners of the Chicago Society of Typographic Arts 2018 competition.
Typography annual 2018 winner. Work was published in the 2018 magazine and website.