Starting Foilco’s 2018 Multiplicity programme was the booming creative city of Bristol, which hosted our biggest event to date. We were really fortunate to be able to bring Multiplicity to such a great city and we were housed in the truly magnificent venue that is The Paintworks.
First up we had Taxi Studio. Spencer Buck (originally listed speaker) unfortunately couldn’t make the evening but up stepped Stu Tallis who gave a great insight into the studios previous work with household heavyweight brands. Taxi Studio’s Pam Partridge and Billie Croucher then gave us something truly unexpected and special, with the launch of Up – which supports and encourages female designers to aim higher and land more (deserved) leadership roles within the creative industry.
Next on stage was the enchanting mind that is Graham Wood. Graham’s influences of Magick and the occult were the core topics of his brilliantly whimsical talk and inspired many with his views on the sources of his own creativity.
Lastly, we were joined by the incredibly talented and humble Kate Marlow and Mark Paton of HERE design. Here’s attention to detail in their work wowed many who attended as well as their vibrant and playful take on packaging design and brand identity.
As part of this event we also held Workshop in the Paintworks, prior to the evening’s proceedings. We were joined by Taxi Studio team for a private foiling session and everybody walked away with some beautifully crafted prints, guided by the Foilco team.