We thought we’d mention Paul as he’s been doing some great work over the past couple of years for The Voice Project and many people have asked for more details. His most recent piece of work for us was the lovely Scandanavian-influenced design for Wintersongs 2011.
This was just one of several designs put forward for the project – each one was excellent: this seemed to fit the atmosphere (and temperature!) of the concert best. Very characteristic in Paul’s work are the symbols: the great futurist snowflake design for example.
Another striking piece was for the pamphlet for this year’s Vocal Invention 3.
Here’s a varied collection of some of Paul’s other work. We look forward to working with him more in the future.
Short biography: Originally working from his studio in the East End of London Paul Flack is a freelance graphic designer now based in Norwich.
Coming from an untrained background but gaining a wealth of experience through the print trade, Paul’s love for design and a phony portfolio is all it took for him to work his way into his first real position working for Soho-based Blam (Most noted for changing the face of movie posters with the ‘Trainspotting’ campaign).
As a day to day designer, FLACK’s diverse body of work covers design, illustration and branding projects for music, arts, fashion and book publishing . His work has been seen in many publications including Creative Review, Design Week, Die Gestalten Verlag, Dazed & Confused and Vogue. Recent clients have ranged from the ultra hip Amelias Magazine, to the ultra local Norwich City Council, with stops along the way at familiar global brands like EMI, River Island and Tottenham Hotspur FC.
Paul can be contacted at email@example.com