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Comments (2) Posted 06.21.11 | PERMALINK

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Stephen Doyle, founder of New York-based design agency Doyle Partners, asks, “How should we promote the U.S. Green Building Council’s 2011 conference, Greenbuild Next? How about with an abridged history of civilization in a series of 2,933 still photos?” The result? A stop-frame animation film on 8 1/2 x 11 sheets of paper — the history of civilization in 3 minutes and 44 seconds in the form of a concrete poem.


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huh?
jonathan
06.22.11 at 10:15

thoughts - one sheet at a time - nice
niranjan
06.24.11 at 12:29



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Stephen Doyle won the Cooper-Hewitt’s National Design Award for Communication in 2010 for his “ability to give words a deeper meaning.” Doyle Partners, focuses on creating work across a broad spectrum, from branding to packaging, architectural signage to site-specific installations, illustrations to animations.
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