Made by Julian Wolfe-Patrick, a Canadian working in France. Part of Team Flashback, one of the original European teams (alongside the bloke who gave us the Blackbird
). The company even had their own branded spars at one time (I think they were Structil).
First major kite was the Big Brother
which went for BIG MONEY
back in The Day™. How much ? $450 in 1991 dollars when a then-new NSR was $250. Very high quality build with lots of detail. How does 7 overlapping pieces of ripstop, arranged like a petal, at the standoff reinforcement grab you ?
Then the slightly mental Little Sister, the Big Brother II (one of which I was given by JPC), the Razorback - all very angular sail patterns.
In '95~'96 the Big Sister and L.S. came out with the wavy, blobby, asymmetrical look. There are quite a few other kites (W. Design, D2) that really seem to be the same kite
with new art
. Prices and complexity fell quite a bit around this time.
BFK used to import the Big Sister into the US and there's a review of it in Kite Passion #1, dated Nov/Dec '96.
If you need scans, including a short photo piece on him from French magazine VSD, I can get those to you.
Tragically Julian became interested in kite buggies