Pete Oyler is a designer whose work has been recognized and showcased internationally. He is particularly interested in design semiotics and in the potential of three-dimensional objects to incite imaginative curiosity. Oyler holds a BA in American Studies and an MFA in furniture design from the Rhode Island School of Design. In 2011 he was listed in Forbes magazine’s 30 Under 30 for art and design. Recent work of Oyler’s has appeared in the New York Times, Elle Decor, Dwell, Ideat, Modern Painters, and Wallpaper. He produces eponymous work for license and larger volume production and is a principal at Assembly Design, an award-winning studio he cofounded with Interior Designer Nora Mattingly. Additionally, he is an assistant professor in Designed Objects at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. See more of his work on Twitter and Instagram @peteoyler.