Quick Brown Fox of Dulwich, in a sweet corner of South East London, where many a wonderful time was had by all. Initially, we made our wares from designer textiles imported from the USA, and then moved on to designing and making an 'end-to-end' product. In 2014, we shifted to collections made exclusively from organic cotton, and rebranded to reflect this.
Our original tagline was 'babies bedding with a touch of mischief', and although the brand has evolved over the years, we've never strayed from that (helps that the owner has a pathological aversion to growing up!)
We like to deal directly with our customers, so the vast majority of our business is direct. We're small - and we like to think - perfectly formed (although we would like to keep growing, so please tell your friends about us!)
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About our designer – Niki Wolfe
I was born in South East London and still live there now. I’ve always been interested in the creative side of life, my parents were a great influence, music and art was always in the house, we even visited the Salvador Dali gallery in Florida when I was ten (along with a trip to Disney Land). I was quite obsessed with making minature paper creations as a kid, the smaller the better, even making tiny little illustrated magazines. I almost went down the route of music on leaving school after being accepted at the Brit School (I play the drums), however I took a job as runner at a graphics studio in Soho thinking it would be a summer job before studying music, lucky for me the designers in the studio were very patient and explained everything they were doing, and how to use a ‘Apple Macintosh’. That was the turning point for me, it took me 7 years to work my way up the ladder, from runner to Mac Operator, to artworker, to designer, to where I am now, owner and creative director of my own Design & Marketing studio, with my wife (who I met at an ad agency along the way). And now, we are preparing for the next step, parenthood, but we never do things by half, so we are expecting twins!
I was first introduced to Heather when she was just starting what was then called ‘Quick Brown Fox of Dulwich’. I was just starting to take on freelance work outside of my day job and working with Heather was like a dream. We clicked right from the off and cracked the logo very quickly. It was such a relief to work with someone who knows what they want but gives you all the space you need to be creative and experiment. It gave me the hope I needed to leave my job to start my own company. Since the design of the logo things have moved on quite a bit and I have now worked with Heather on designing several ranges and illustrations, a brilliant opportunity for any graphic designer.