Born in Chile, Wladimir Marnich studied graphic design in Melbourne at Swinburne University. After graduating in 1992, he worked for several design studios, but primarily for Brian Sadgrove and Associates.
In 1995 he moved to Europe. In Barcelona he spent a short time freelancing before moving to Madrid to work as a designer for El País' renowned weekly supplement Tentaciones.
In late 1996 he left Spain and moved to London where he joined FutureBrand, becoming an associate director soon after.
In early 1999 he moved back to Barcelona where he joined Summa as design director.
In January 2004 he started his own company.
Wladimir's work has been recognised with several design awards and his work has also appeared in many prestigous design publications.
He is a teacher at Elisava Design School and has been a guest lecturer at the Politecnico di Torino in Italy.