Thomas Doyle was interviewed by The Credits, the magazine of the Motion Picture Association, about the making of the model for the title sequence of the HBO series Murder on Middle Beach.
Thomas Doyle created a model for the opening title sequence for HBO’s documentary series Murder on Middle Beach. Appearing in episodes two through four, the model changes subtly in each sequence.
Thomas Doyle’s work with the American Arkology Society has been featured on the Art/Archaeology web site.
Thomas Doyle is quoted in a Sunday, May 8, 2016 New York Times story about contemporary miniatures. You can read it here.
Watch a video tour of Thomas Doyle’s exhibition “If the creek don’t rise,” which ran in winter/spring of 2016.
Thomas Doyle and Lauren Acampora participated in a panel discussion on the topic of anxiety at The Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, NY, on Sunday, March 13, at 2 pm. Thomas led a tour of his exhibition, “If the creek don’t rise,” immediately following.
Watch Thomas Doyle and his wife Lauren Acampora talk about her book “The Wonder Garden,” for which Thomas created the cover image. You can buy the book from your local bookstore, Powell’s Books, Barnes & Noble, or Amazon.
Thomas Doyle recently created the cover art for Lauren Acampora’s debut collection of short stories The Wonder Garden. See it here.
Read a piece on Thomas Doyle’s work by Radiolab’s Robert Krulwich on NPR.org.
Thomas Doyle’s work is featured in Big Art / Small Art, by Tristan Manco, published by Thames & Hudson, surveys contemporary artists’ use of scale.
Thomas Doyle has collaborated with writer Lauren Acampora to tell the story of Vera Nabokov in The Who, the What, and the When: 65 Artists Illustrate the Secret Sidekicks of History.
Watch a short documentary about Thomas Doyle from Cool Hunting Video below.
Read a piece on Thomas Doyle’s work in the Wall Street Journal.
Read about Thomas Doyle’s work at Ronchini Gallery Wired Magazine.
Read an interview with Thomas Doyle at Hunger TV.
Read a piece on Thomas Doyle at Fast Company.
Watch video footage from a panel discussion at the “Dream no small dreams” show at Ronchini Gallery below.
Thomas Doyle’s work has been included in the Hi-Fructose Collected Box Set, Vol. 3, available now. Check it out here.
New work by Thomas Doyle is traveling to Lille, France, with the Museum of Arts and Design’s “Otherworldly” exhibition. The exhibition, at MUba de Tourcoing, will be shown as part of the Fantastic lille3000 event. Watch footage featuring Thomas Doyle’s work in the video below (in French).
Read a piece on Thomas Doyle in Wired Magazine.
Read a review of Thomas Doyle’s work in the “American Dreamers” exhibition in the New York Times.
Read a review of Thomas Doyle’s work in the “American Dreamers” exhibition in the Wall Street Journal.
Thomas Doyle’s work can be seen throughout the city of Florence, Italy, for the “American Dreamers: Reality and Imagination in Contemporary American Art” exhibition at the Strozzina Contemporary Culture Center.
Watch footage of the “American Dreamers” exhibition video below (in Italian).
Check out a write up on Thomas Doyle by Jesse Roth in the February/March issue of Pork & Mead magazine.
Read an interview with Thomas Doyle at Astrum People.
Thomas Doyle and artist Lori Nix participated in a panel discussion moderated by Barbara MacAdam, Deputy Editor at ARTnews, Saturday, September 17, 2011 at the Museum of Arts and Design. The panel was the first ISConnects event, sponsored by the International Sculpture Center.
Watch a video studio visit with Thomas Doyle at the Gorky’s Granddaughter video blog.
Watch Thomas Doyle below in the Absolut Blank TV spot.
Watch Thomas Doyle below in the full Absolut Blank TV spot, directed by Floria Sigismondi.
See behind-the-scenes footage of Thomas Doyle during the making of the Absolut Blank TV spot.
Watch Thomas Doyle talk about his work in the “Otherworldly” show at the Museum of Arts and Design in the video below.
Read an interview with Thomas Doyle and view images of his studio at From the Desk of…
Read Andra Moldav’s profile on Thomas Doyle at PopMatters.
Watch a video of “World Under Glass No. 1” by composer Amy Beth Kirsten. The piece, and its companion “World Under Glass No. 2,” were inspired by Thomas Doyle’s Distillation series.
Thomas Doyle’s piece “Conformational change” appears on the cover of poet Simon Armitage’s new book, Seeing Stars.
Images of Thomas Doyle’s piece “Firing for effect” are featured on the cover of the Winter 2010/2011 issue of American Short Fiction magazine.
Thomas Doyle’s work appears in the “Microworlds” feature in the Summer 2010 issue of Elephant magazine.
Thomas Doyle’s artwork was featured in Synesthesia 2010, which ran in April/May at The Wild Project in New York. Watch the trailer below.
Read an interview with Thomas Doyle at Erratic Phenomena.
Thomas Doyle’s work is featured in issue #2 of Gigantic Magazine: “Gigantic America.”
Read an interview with Thomas Doyle by Nick Obourn on The Rumpus.