HORS PISTE, a groundbreaking division of FMA Le Bureau, opens the gateway to a world where curiosity and innovation reign supreme. Initiated by Dimitri Daniloff and Florence Moll, HORS PISTE stands as your premier partner in navigating the ever-evolving digital landscape.
HORS PISTE's mission is to craft strategies for artistic digital transformation through Digital Acculturation, Strategic Alliance Facilitation and Artist Curation. We are reimagining the way technology intersects with artistic expression and brand identity. How can your brand embody the digital transformation while retaining its unique artistic essence? How can we help you create experiences that are not only technologically advanced, but also rich in creative and emotional depth?
Our mission is to guide you in this forward-thinking journey, using our extensive expertise in both digital and artistic realms to unlock new possibilities for your brand. Supporting brands, companies, and institutions through their digital acculturation process, HORS PISTE offers a deep dive into the challenges and the evolving culture of the expanding digital ecosystem. Our aim is to assist and guide you in defining your virtual environment, ensuring a seamless integration into the digital realm.
Dimitri Daniloff is an artist, a digital native pioneer, as he started back in 2001 exploring digital art spaces and new techniques, initiating in such way an innovative and visionary dialogue between photography and technologic evolutions such as AI, 3D, photogrammetry, immersive installations…From multiple collaborations with top worldwide brands (Adidas, Nike…) to renewed advertising awards (Grand Prix at Cannes Lions, Clios…) to CEO of his own company Kklone, as well as consultant for leading luxury communication and marketing agencies, Dimitri Daniloff will write a weekly editorial sharing a global vision through his precious insights, futuristic analysis and unconventional expertise for FMA HORS PISTE, which aim is to drive your company to its best virtual expression.
Dimitri Daniloff shares everything you (truly) need to know about the digital space. Dimitri Daniloff is an artist, a digital native pioneer, as he started back in 2001 exploring digital art spaces and new techniques, initiating in such way an innovative and visionary dialogue between photography and technologic evolutions such as AI, 3D, photogrammetry, immersive installations…
Luna Ikuta is an artist and designer whose work draws from biology, material science, and media. Operating within multidisciplinary fields, her diverse portfolio emerges from alchemical processes, experimenting with both organic and industrial mediums. This includes underwater transparent botanical landscapes, laser-etched crystal monuments, immersive digital projections, and conceptual blockchain projects. Ikuta's works dive into the conditioning of our senses through material experimentation, and her installations address intangible themes, such as memory, identity, and evolution.