Part of an ongoing series of interviews with title designers:
For several years now, Dvein have been carving a reputation for themselves as one of Spain's most exciting motion design studios. They share more than a few similarities with their collegues from Physalia. Both Dvein and Physalia are from Barcelona, and both refer to themselves as “a collective,” rather than a company, thus putting the emphasis on creativity and individuality.
From 2006 – 2009, Spanish motion design collective Dvein created a series of high impact event title sequences for the design and digital culture festivals TOCA ME, OFFF, and F5. Creatively, Dvein was given a free hand with these projects, which allowed them to explore an imaginary universe of their own creation – a universe in which the comfortable boundary between the synthetic and the organic is completely dissolved. What you're left with is that intriguing feeling of “the uncanny.”
Interview: Jorrit Spoelstra
Camera: Robijn Voshol
Editing: Geert van de Wetering
Voice over: Micah Westera
Line producer: Coen van Oostrom
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