Why Tenonesix?

Sometimes you just have to take that first step

Tenonesix represents a date. The 10th day of January, 2006. On that day, I sat in an empty office (everyone was still enjoying their summer break) and decided that I had to stop doing nothing with the ideas I was generating. It was the day to get off my butt and actually do something. Tenonesix became a line in the sand.



The World's Biggest Artwork

If you're going to start, why not start big?

The first idea that Tenonesix worked on was a project called The World's Biggest Artwork.

The concept revolved around the idea that of inviting people from across the planet to add individual pixels to an image. As the image grew - what would emerge?

While the concept never launched, it began a pattern of progression.

Pictured : Paul Rogers, Terry Webb, Sam Kramer, Greg Messenger, Dean Bainbridge

Creativity and other distractions