Rogue Signs Parisian Collective Pleix
Pleix is a multi-awarded winning collective of digital artists
Until now, Rogue has been a company of singular directors but they have decided to change that. Their latest talent signing is the formidable Pleix a Parisian-based film collective for pan-European representation.
Pleix will additionally work on all car related films through Rogue’s sister company, Carnage.
Pleix is a multi-awarded winning collective of digital artists (graphic designers, 3D artists and musicians who adore to mix their various skill sets enabling them to gain greater freedom for various projects – this approach enables Pleix to span multi-disciplinary genres..
They are all based in Paris and have worked together since 2001 but have known each other way before they created Pleix. Their skillsets perfectly complement technically and creatively, sharing inspiration and ideas with one another.
True collaboration. Since 2003, Pleix has stormed the commercial world, when one of their music video “Itsu” (for the band Plaid at Warprecords) got presented at the Cannes Festival during the Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors' Showcase.
Orlando Wood, Rogue’s MD, said of their joining: “Pleix are consistently innovating and their reel is a beautiful mixture of multi-media, event production, and visual artistic work that makes them a perfect mix for the type of work we’re keen to do at Rogue. More broadly, I think their breadth of experience makes them a perfect fit for the new styles of production and creativity we’re seeing come out of agencies and brands and we’re very excited to have them on board.”
The relationship is effective immediately.