This RUN includes a 1 Inch Black Wood Frame with UV-Glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.
FIl Fury's work is a battle of pop culture vs. nature. 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.
"This piece is inspired by late UK 90's House and Garage music. There was an original digital artwork I created, made from photographs I took a few years back. That piece has since been modified to create a bespoke run for 1xRUN.
A stock has been added to the gun and it is printed on metal. It looks crazy! I am so happy with the result, the metal sheeting reflects the textures of the original Technics deck. These Technics decks were part of my youth.” - Fil Fury
This RUN comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Fil Fury and 1xRUN.
FILFURY is a British artist, designer and director.
His art is bold and graphic. 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.
FURY mixes mediums, effortlessly swapping from full digital executions to real tactile sculptural pieces. A perfectionist in both realms, digital precision translates to immaculate cut and sew detail.
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.
Official art collaborations have included apparel for Nike Basketball, World Cup 2014 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.
Currently collaborating 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.