Based in London, Dylan Kendle is a designer, director, creative and partner of the multidisciplinary design collective tomato. His varied output has included sleeve art, music videos, commercial direction, title sequences, print, logo design and installations.
Since 1994 he has worked in the disciplines of advertising, branding, music and film. His role changing, defined more by the individual requirements of each project rather than a traditional pyramid studio hierarchy.
Working both directly with clients and through agencies on a commission basis, he builds job specific teams from a network of close and trusted collaborators to create bespoke solutions for clients and briefs of all scales and budgets.
Though diverse in both medium and execution his work is often characterised by the expression of simple marks and ideas in the overlap of digital and analogue technologies.
His work is regularly featured in industry books and design periodicals and has featured in shows at the Barbican, the BFI, the ICA, the Design Museum and the Moscow Academy. He has chaired and featured on panels on design and moving image, has lectured and held workshops internationally and is a visiting practitioner at UAL.