Artist FILFURY

PROFILE

FILFURY is a British artist, designer and director. 

Exposure —

Complex
Computer Arts
Creative Review
Design Week
Elle Decor
Fubiz
Highsnobiety
Hypebeast
GQ
Motionographer
Nice Kicks
Sneaker Freaker
Shoes Up
Snipes
Vanity Fair
Vogue
Quartz

 

Client List —

Adidas
Casio
Corona
Comcast
Footlocker
For The Homies
Grand Scheme
Huawei
J HUS
Jordan Brand
LUSH
Nike
Philipp Plein
Reebok
Rolls Royce
Size?
Sneaker Freaker
Sneaker Pimps
TED

 

 

A multidisciplinary artist, who’s execution is bold and graphic. Although constantly working in a variety of mediums, there is a cohesion throughout his work that reinforces his creative strength and allows for a deliberate mark to be left. Be it through directing live action, photography, digital art, animation or physical sculpture.

FURY mixes mediums, from live action direction – to installation art, effortlessly swapping from full digital executions to real tactile sculptural pieces. A perfectionist in all realms, digital precision translates to immaculate cut and sew detail.

Repurposing form and painting with contemporary textures. Heavily influenced by a 90s childhood, hip hop, uk garage, an addiction to sneakers and sportswear directly translate in his works.

As a director, FILFURY is signed to The Mill where he creates film, commercials, music videos, motion design and VFX based narratives.

Artist FURY has exhibited his works internationally in London, Amsterdam, Brazil, New York, Milan, Dusseldorf, Monaco, Hong Kong and Miami. Features with Sneaker Freaker, Hypebeast, Complex, Shoes Up, High Snobiety, Quartz and Fubiz have seen his exposure grow rapidly.

Most recently creating the album artwork for Mercury Prize nominee J HUS, and currently making finishing touches to the music video for Bouff Daddy.

Previous collaborations have included working with Philipp Plein on a range of physical sculptures that fuse fashion and art, the pieces are currently on display in Milan and featured in Philipp Plein print advertising. They can be found in Vanity Fair, Vogue and British GQ.

Career highlights have have included creating apparel for Nike Basketball, World Cup image work with adidas originals, tee designs for Reebok, campaign art for Sneaker Pimps, advertising work with Corona, physical installation sculpture work with Size? in their new flagship store in Amsterdam and directing film content for Jordan brand with Footlocker.

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This is a collection of artworks, for love and money.