Marcelo Garcia and his studio Molho have been known for creating personal and commissioned work that is quirky, challenging and visually peculiar since 2007. He is usually engaged on project types that might include anything from video direction and animation to design, illustration and typography for clients in the fields of film, broadcast, music, fashion and advertising.
Molho has produced designs and animations for The New York Times Magazine, titles for the likes of Darren Aronofsky and Focus Features, prints and patterns for Diesel, a motion identity system for Coca-Cola Worldwide and a 50-minute animation as the set of an opera.
Molho is now home for Doug Bello, a young director who has won a Clio this year, a couple of Lions in 2012, El Ojo, Fiap, Animamundi, among other honors. Specializing in stop-motion, 3d, visual effects, and live-action, Doug’s work helps define what is freshest in contemporary film-making. He has been co-directing with Marcelo and, eventhough they have only directed a couple of spots together, these have been praised by 2013 Moving Types - Letters in Motion: A retrospective of typography in Film in Germany, UK-based Creative Review, Communication Arts with an Award of Excellence 2013, and Gold and Bronze in Dubai Lynx 2013.
The work produced by Molho holds several awards, has been featured on hundreds of blogs, and numerous books and magazines.