Intriguing music video Magma by The Vein paints an abstract geological terrain filled with swirling floods of color and smoothly embedded facial landscapes. Constructed and envisioned by Dvein (previously mentioned on EK here).
A little more info about the studio can be read as follows:
“Dvein is a collaborative project by the directors Fernando Domínguez, Teo Guillem and Carlos Pardo providing direction and art direction for live action and animation.
Since 2007 we have been working for international clients, such as Diesel, Canal+, MTV, National Geographic and Nokia, among others. We like to think of us as an open-minded studio always up to be involved in the whole creative process of the proposals that we take part of.
Besides our commercial activity, Dvein is conceived as a platform based on experimentation. We try to redefine the way of focusing the objectives of every particular project. We are not afraid of thinking outside the box- as we were not afraid in the past of melting a plastic toy helicopter, directing ants and snails, or building a miniature music festival.
Our work has been shown in many events and festivals like TOCA ME in Munich, Playgrounds in Amsterdam, F5 in New York, ArtFutura in Buenos Aires and OFFF in Paris, and in some of them we had the opportunity to collaborate as speakers also, as well as in different schools and universities.”
Jump down below to view the completed MV and it’s Making-of segment.
Music video for MAGMA.
The making of MAGMA.