NF5M - "Nos faltan 5 más"


NF5M depicts a visual attack using the sensational media images of violent crime scenes in Mexico City as a metaphor to reflect on the narcotic desperation of today's fashion world. 
From masks and disappearing corpses to fake news and visual manipulation on social media, NF5M takes you on a dark, haunting path of paranoia, fear and confusion. 5 'missing' creatives meet up for a rare shooting in the dimness of anxiety. Just try again as long as it takes.



Lucas Maethger, Servulo Mendez

Lucas Maethger is living and working between Paris and Savannah, USA where he works as a professor in men's wear fashion design at the Savannah College of Art and Design. In Paris he works on creative projects to express his vision of fashion using design and film. Earlier work included Fashion Film 'Senza Dada' which was released in 2015 and selected for the FFF in Istanbul and Mexico D.F. 
After graduating from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Belgium, Lucas worked for renowned fashion houses such as Dirk Bikkembergs and Calvin Klein and was part of the trend forecasting team at Nelly Rodi, White sky and Promostyl. At the same time Lucas continues working on his personal collection called 'by LUCAS' and produced films such as 'making off' representing his collection's and was selected for the first ASVOFF 'You Wear it Well'.

Servulo Mendez lives between Berlin and México City working as a make-up artist, musician and fashion art director. Since 1993 Servullo has been creating his unique style in Paris, Barcelona, Madrid, NYC, Berlin and México City, collaborating with icons from fashion and music industry such as Mikky Blanco, Austra, Ellen Allien, Patrick Wolf, Peaches, Wolfgang Joop, Verushka V. Lehndorff, M.I.A and many more. His work for clients such as Prada, Loewe, Adidas, Louis Vuitton and Levi’s has been published in Wonderland, Visionaire, I-D Magazine, Dazed And Confused, Vogue, Vanity-Fair and Nylon amongst others. 
Servulo draws his inspiration from traveling and working globally while observing aesthetics in people, tribes, music, cinema and art.