Floz Studio is a creative studio founded in 2010, we are specialized in branding, edition and artistic direction. Since one year, we have started making video. Styx is our last project.
The film is a sensual and minimalist representation of the Styx, the mythological hell’s river. A metaphor, about how we embrace our demons and how ideas, social contexts or states of mind can stick us into immobility. Being trapped in a condition infiltrate our subconscious, which constrain us to move forward. The river still flows in each of us and the battle to free ourself from this struggling, will never end.
A short visual poem about death, technology and rebirth in our digital era. A dark and weird cyber-ritual between physical and virtual worlds during which one man's body is disintegrated to be reborn in a digital form.
Director : Loïc Foulon
Cinematographer and colorist : Jean Combier
Music and sound design : Alexandre Thimon
Light technicians : Johanny Meunier / Bryan Vigier
Set decorator : Emma Perret
Make up artists : Violette Conti / Béatrice Le Gal
Block 8 Production
New York & Moscow based art director Artem Matyushkin created branding for the exhibition "Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim" that was dedicated to museum's permanent collection of art from the first half of the 20th century and the way they built it. He redesigned a poster, tickets and three catalogue covers. The visuals are referencing Guggenheim's famous rotunda and typography experiments of the same timeframe as the artworks presented in the exhibition.
"Idiots Everywhere" is a haiku-styled poem presented in a motion effects format. Artist, poet and motion designer who prefers to stay under same name moniker calls it a Motion Haiku.
Nammar & Shorouk - are digital nomads based in Egypt traveling and exploring the world on their own. "Do you exist wonderland" is a step in understanding one more mysterious thing about the world and along the way they create beautiful visual content that might change your perception on humans and life in general.
A delay of time emerged once we entered the place and that's when we knew that this was going to be different. Always in search for something new, these diverse places show us another side of Egypt we had no idea existed. Located outside the city center, that fish market is one of the biggest all over Egypt.This photo series is an invasion on a group of people that only know one thing; how to sell fish. Their basic lives is a mystery on it's own and listening to each and every story makes you realize how diverse our society really is. The power of fish can be greater than the power of any social situation we are facing, but is fish just enough?
This project is about Energy. What is Energy and where does it come from? It is a force that is transferred from one matter into another. With the transfer - transformation of force occurs. The matter (just like a man) cannot exist without energy and vice versa. Energy has no borders, nor can it disappear. And it is endlessly evolving.
But what we feel and perceive when we see the same thing (for example art) and what kind of energy can we receive from this? Is it real sense or just simulation of someone's creation?
Being in a post traumatic state, young girl sets on unconscious journey through dark corners of Bangkok in search of her once lost home and identity.
Written & Directed by Andzej Gavriss
Produced & Art directed by Julija Fricsone-Gavriss
Cinematographer Konstantin Mazov
Editor Andzej Gavriss
Starring Anastasiya Tsoy
Supporting actors Om, Pongpang
Choreographer Banzay Bnz
Wardrobe Oxana Markina
Location Coordinator Nikita Glotov
Production Red Pepper Film
Feel Desain‘s photographic series Incongruenze Temporali (temporal incongruences) underlines the timelessness of the architecture and urban space of the city of Turin, subverting the before and after and demonstrating the conflict between history and modernity, past and present. As you can see from the images below, the differences between past and present in the Italian city are noticable in the smallest details. 150 years after the unification of Italy, Incongruenze Temporali highlights the contrast between the ambitions of what was possible and what was actually accomplished. A special point of view which, through knowledge of the past, looks to the future with passion.