The countdown to STYLE FRAMES is on!

Less than 60 days to go until New York’s own STYLE FRAMES design conference takes over the SVA Theatre on 23rd street for two days of inspiring speakers, insightful panels, and intense socializing on Nov 7-8. [Read more]

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Tendril and Relish Welcome Alison Gordon Back as Managing Editor

From the release: After five years editing in Paris, represented there by Melting Pot Agency, Alison Gordon returns to Tendril and sister editorial company Relish Editing as Managing Editor. She brings with her a wealth of global expertise, intuitive edit sensibilities, and her famously infectious laugh. Alison’s spot ’37 Days’ for Leo Burnett France racked […] [Read more]

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Meet the First Wave of STYLE FRAMES 2016 Speakers

From design, animation, and VFX to interactive and VR, the first 23 speakers announced for the 2016 STYLE FRAMES Design Conference offer strong opinions and real-world insights into winning the art of pitch – on stage this Nov 7-8 at the SVA theatre in New York. [Read more]

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STYLE FRAMES is Back! Design Conference Returns to NYC Nov 7-8

In February 2013, as snow piled up on NYC streets, 400 creative-types sat in a sold out theater transfixed by brilliant presentations, surprising insights, and heated exchanges about the creative eco-system and where it was headed. The first edition of STYLE FRAMES: The Art of the Pitch was underway. [Read more]

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Tendril Reveals the Nike LunarEpic Flyknit

Behold the intergalactic reinvention of the running shoe as imagined by Blacklist, Tendril, and an international crew of A-team freelancers for Nike’s launch of the LunarEpic Flyknit. [Read more]

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Best of Stash 2015: Bell Space Channel Idents

CDs Chris Bahry, Alexandre Torres and the Tendril crew help Canada’s Space Channel go beyond their core demo of young men in search a broader (read female) audience with a stunning set of macro-world IDs. [Read more]