Biography

Formed in Barcelona in 2007, Dvein is a collaborative collective that pushes the

limits of live action and CGI storytelling, helmed by Teo Guillem and

Carlos Pardo.


With a background in fine art and design, the collective merges the

physical with the digital world to craft sleek visual effects infused with their

own distinctive, organic aesthetic. Dvein combines live action with

animation to pursue a unique visual language in all their work across

cinema, broadcast, music video, art and installation.


Handpicked for the 2009 Saatchi & Saatchi's New Director Showcase for

their mesmerising opening OFFF Festival trailer, Dvein have crafted

commercial work for clients including Chanel, Diesel, Canal+, MTV,

National Geographic and Nokia. The collective's intricate title sequence for

retro-futuristic sci-fi movie 'Eva' by Spanish director Kike Maíllo

showcases the scope of Dvein's capabilities, while their first music video

for The Vein track 'Magma' - created in collaboration with Adobe - earned

acclaim across the web. Dvein's work has been featured at festivals and

conferences across the globe, such as F5 in New York and ArtFutura in

Buenos Aires.


Most recently they collaborated with Miles Aldrige to give life to Jean-Paul

Gaultier’s wonderful Factory film.