Wednesday,
May 24,
2017

artist

Fernando Domínguez

TORO by Fernando Domínguez

In 2005, Fernando founded studio Dvein with Teo and Guillem, and they started collaborating with Vasava studio in Barcelona. In 2006 they created the artwork for OFFF. Then, Kyle Cooper signed them for Imaginary Forces and they moved to Los Angeles, where they designed the opening credits for Spiderman 3. Fernando has worked for National Geographic, MTV, Diesel, Canal + and Xcentric. In 2012 he left Dvein and started his solo career.

Fernando says that he was quite a bad student; he was only interested in drawing. In fact, when he was a child he drew different ends to movies he hadn’t liked, or drew the whole movie just to keep it in mind. His need to retain and express what he imagines is still very much a characteristic of Fernando even today.

Valencia, 1980