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People: Multi-disciplinary artist and director FILFURY joins Untold Studios

LOS ANGELES, USA – FILFURY is a globally revered British artist, designer and director and now a Creative Director and Director at Untold Studios.

FURY’s iconic bold and graphic style has attracted work from some of the world’s biggest brands as well as internationally renowned musicians. His ability to create a bespoke, premium aesthetic with a contemporary edge, makes him a highly sought after voice in the global creative community. Based out of the newly opened LA studio, he joins Untold Studios at a pivotal time of growth. As Creative Director and Director, FURY will work across a variety of creative outputs and already has a string of high-profile projects in the pipeline.

With a unique ability to mix mediums, FURY is able to switch effortlessly from creating digital art executions and motion design to directing cinematic live-action commercials and film. A perfectionist in all realms, he has an innate dedication to detail which has seen him build a diverse and world-class portfolio. His creative highlights include commercials for Rolls-Royce, Estée Lauder, the NFL, Ford Mustang, Seat and Epic Games, artwork for Brit Award winner J Hus, music videos for MJ Cole, apparel for Nike Basketball, World Cup visuals with Adidas, campaign sculptural art for Philipp Plein and physical installation sculpture work with Size? in their flagship store in Amsterdam.

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FURY is recognised around the world for his unique graphic art, deconstructed collages and sculptures; mixing laces, leather and stitching from footwear and repurposing them into iconic graphic objects. His art is regularly featured in the likes of Sneaker Freaker, Hypebeast, Complex, High Snobiety, Quartz and Fubiz. This multidisciplinary approach brings a strong design edge to his commercial film work which makes everything he touches stand out from the crowd.

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