BP&O Collections – Signs & Wayfinding

Curated by Richard Baird.

  The Best of BP&O – Signage & Wayfinding

A continually updated collection of signage and way finding designed for museums, galleries, shops and bars,  as part of a new brand identity, and published on BP&O. Between them, these how a mix structure, type and iconography, material choice, surface finishes, colour and contrast can stand out, communicate and direct.

This selection features window decals, illuminated panels, neon tubes, standalone and wall mounted solutions, as well as those that have been handprinted, and includes work by graphic design studios Spy, Bond, Stockholm Design Lab and Maud, amongst many others. Click through to get a sense of how these fit within a broader brand identity program and the communicative intentions that underpin aesthetic choices. Check out more at BP&O – Collections or subscribe to the series here.


East Sydney Early Learning Centre by Toko, Australia


Signage and wayfinding designed by graphic design studio Toko for East Sydney Early Learning & Community Centre


Culprit by Studio South


Branding and sign design by Studio South for Auckland bar and restaurant Culprit


Yo! by Paul Belford Ltd.


Signage for UK sushi restaurant chain Yo! by London-based design studio Paul Belford Ltd.


Here East by dn&co, United Kingdom


Wafinding system and signage designed by dn&co. for commercial space and tech hub Here East


Gold—Smidt Assembly by Re-Public, Denmark


Brand identity, print and signage by Copenhagen design studio Republic for pop-up art gallery Gold—Smidt Assembly


The Hyundai Department Store by Studio fnt


Sign design and wayfinding for The Hyundai Department Store by Studio fnt, South Korea


Sauvage by Triboro


Brand identity, wordmark and signage by New York design studio Triboro for Brooklyn cafe and bar Sauvage


Faust by Snøhetta


Logotype, typography, stationery and interior design by Snøhetta for Oslo-based high-end shoemaker Faust


Primary by DIA


Brand identity for New York co-working concept Primary designed by DIA


Kimski by Franklyn


Brand identity, illustration and signage designed by Franklyn for Chicago’s Korean Polish street food restaurant Kimski


Learig by The District


Branding and wayfinding for commercial and residential property developer Learig designed by The District, United Kingdom


Hermoso Cariño by La Tortillería


Sign for designer gift shop Hermoso Cariño by La Tortilleria


Madrina by Mast


Signage for restaurant Madrina by Mast


Paul’s at Haymarket by 25AH


Neon signage for Stockholm-based restaurant Paul's at Haymarket by 25AH, Sweden


The Working Capitol by Foreign Policy


Branding and wayfinding for Singapore co-working space The Working Capitol by Graphic Design Studio Foreign Policy

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  • Chloe Chang

    Really great roundup! Good to come back to for inspiration