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FOLK+FORM is a full service design consultancy based in Norwich, UK, producing progressive, considered design for independent and corporate businesses. Run by three senior creatives who believe that good design brings together form with function. Please contact us on: +44(0)1603 666823 studio@folkandform.co.uk


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FOLK+FORM’s approach is straightforward – always add value to a business using thoughtful & engaging design. The studio’s core strengths are brand identity, print, posters, digital & packaging.

We love working with open-minded clients who understand the importance of creativity. Through successful collaboration, FOLK+FORM can develop a better understanding of its client and add value in all areas of the process, regardless of budget. By using high production processes and conceptual thinking, we aim to strengthen how a business is experienced from all angles.

Our work has been published by Creative Review, Design Week, Die Gestalten Verlag, Dazed & Confused and Vogue. With over 35 years experience of working in the design industry, we have worked with many national SMEs and international brands including EMI, RAC, Google, Oxfam and Tummy Touch Records.


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Oliver
Studied BA Graphic Communication at NUA and also has an FDA in interface design and motion graphics. Two people created influential points in his career; Nic Hughes, who shaped his approach and Mason Wells from Bibliothèque – a savage portfolio review forced him to work harder and to keep things simple. Oliver’s design philosophy is - how could it be better?

Neil
After studying English & Philosophy at UEA, Neil started a design apprenticeship under the expert guidance of Nick Stone, from where he carved a successful freelance career. Creating posters for his beloved band got Neil started in his love for design. Once he had learnt to make them on an Acorn computer there was no going back. From here his career has been a constant process of learning and a desire to make things more beautiful with functionality at the heart.

Paul
Despite no formal training, Paul’s infatuation with design and a largely improvised portfolio is all it took to blag his way into the industry and paved the way to running his first London studio back in 2001. The art and culture of The Sixties has always had a big influence on Paul, yet his work always maintains a current edge.


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Unit No.6 Capitol House 2-4 Heigham Street Norwich NR2 4TE
studio@folkandform.co.uk UK +44 (0)1603 666823
@folkandform