Flo Low


Graphic Design
Visual Art

Florence Low is a British-Armenian graphic designer, art educator, editor and visual artist. 

They received their FdA in Graphic Design from the Camberwell College of Arts, University of Arts London, their MA in Reception of the Classical World from University College London, and their BA in Classics from the University of Nottingham.

Florence specialises in branding, layout design and web design. Their clients include the Barbican, the Hye-Phen Collective and HyeBred Magazine. In their work, they explore public and private space in the city through the lens of queer space and the forest. 

Florence teaches weekly Zoom art classes aimed at young children, based around movements in art history, and they run a fortnightly Zoom art club.

You can email Florence at florencearlow@gmail.com, and find their instagram at @boy.florence


Is it a date? (2020)

About: the cover for a new podcast about queer dating

Skills and Processes: photography, podcasting, layout design


“Is it a date?” is a podcast inspired by a series of Instagram stories I made in 2019 asking, “When you’re hanging out with someone queer and you’re not sure if it’s a date, how do you establish if it’s a date or not?”, after which I became known in my circles for giving advice about whether situations were flirty or not. I always joked about making a queer advice podcast where people would bring their “is it a date?” stories to us and a panel of judges would judge whether it was a date or not, and like my best ideas, the joke became a real project.


the original art work for the callout for submissions

I wanted to create a queer high-school collaged scrapbook vibe. The initial artwork felt too random and disparate, so I asked my friends to post as queer people on a “date”, and used candlelight to create atmosphere since I only had my iPhone 8 as a camera. 


The first draft


Because of COVID-19, social distancing became a thing soon after my initial post, so after a few episodes exploring what a date looks like in quarantine, I am moving into themes of what queerness looks like in this time, when we don’t have access to places such as pubs and bars where queer community has traditionally been created and nurtured?