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Interview: Brosmind

We visited the Mingarro brothers, also known as Brosmind, in their Barcelona Studio to have a chat with them about what influences them and what’s like working together with your brother.

Founded by Juan and Alejandro Mingarro in 2006 Brosmind’s style is fresh and optimistic, combining fantasy and humour in their award winning illustrations. With clients ranging from Nike, Microsoft & Virgin to Gillette, Honda & Volkswagen their work is in high-demand, but they do try do balance this out with personally motivated projects such as their Brosmind Army or the Brosmind City.

Juan & Alejandro were a creative team from an early age spending their time drawing comics, building vehicles and making home movies with their parents domestic camcorder (almost an early Be Kind Rewind). Though both brothers began their studies in completely different fields (Juan graduated in Pharmacy and Alejandro in Industrial Design) they then both continued to study at art school. After graduating they briefly separately worked at advertising agency Villarrosas and FABRICA, the Benetton Research and Communication Center in Italy before they got together to found Brosmind Studio.

As our first studio visit interview we couldn’t have asked for better subjects & hosts than Brosmind. Approachable, friendly & funny a lot like their work! The brothers went through our questions finishing each others sentences and are incredibly interesting to watch and listen to.

We hope you enjoy the interview as much as we enjoyed filming it!

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    30th Sep 2011
    10:43 am
  1. Probably my favourite interview from Barcelona. It’s obvious they’re having a great time and that clearly reflects through their work.

  2. SeanSean
    2nd Oct 2011
    7:51 pm
  3. Great characters, their smile is infectious, as you say Jack, clearly enjoying themselves : )

    Loved the Ghostbusters film!

  4. GilGil
    3rd Oct 2011
    1:58 pm
  5. Great interview Glenn. Looking very slick and Brosmid have produced really playful work.

  6. Jessica
    4th Oct 2011
    4:43 pm
  7. Really great interview! Love their stuff and especially that little animation on the header of their site! Such fun, playful work.

  8. Akua
    25th Jan 2012
    6:09 pm
  9. A delightful interview. The Brothers energy and attitude are inspirational.

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