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Studio Profile: No-Domain

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This week a new studio profile. We catch up with No-Domain. An audiovisual design studio from Barcelona!

Can you tell our readers a bit more about yourself?
No-Domain is an audiovisual design studio based in Barcelona. We started about 4 years ago. Currently we are 4 people at the studio.

Within our clients we can list Nike, Heineken, Adidas, Seat, Fox, Nestle, Levi’s, Red, United Nations, Euroleague, VH-1, Mtv and many more.

We combine our animation and broadcast design work with a long list of live visual performances for festivals such as Sónar (Barcelona, Guadalajara, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires), Sperm (Praga), Bitfim (Hamburgo), Mapping (Geneva) and Design Mai (Berlin); where we have had the opportunity to perform for artists including Prefuse73, Kid Koala, Four Tet, Dave Clarke, Dj Krush, James Murphy, Edan, Patrick Wolf, Buck65, Matthew Herbert Lichee Lassy, Chris Clark, Daedelus and Birdy Nam Nam among others.

Our work may be defined as graphic design mixed with video art, mixed with illustration, mixed with animation, mixed with experimentation, mixed with advertising, mixed with large doses of pop, lo-fi, hi-fi and improvisation.

What type of projects do you work on?
We work mainly for advertising and broadcast design, and the live visuals performances add up to the job. As a small studio there is a limited amount of work we can take on at a time, so we have turn down briefs when we have reached the top of our capacity or when we don’t feel comfortable with the idea or script.

How many projects does the studio work on at a time?

It depends on the extent of each project but usually we work on two or three at a time. The entire team is involved in each project but there is always someone responsible of directing each project.

What software and hardware do you use?
Apple G5’s, a Nikon D70, a Panasonic HVX200, Final Cut Studio, Adobe After Effects, Adobe CS2, Maya, Cinema 4D, Modul8, Grid Pro, scanner, different kinds of textured paper, wood, glue, scissors, cutter, printer, ink, spray mount and a lot of pizzas.


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