BP&O Collections — From Spain13 July,2016
Selected by Richard Baird.
A round-up of some of the logo, brand identity and packaging design projects from studios working from the Spanish cities of Gijón, Barcelona and Logroño, reviewed and published on BP&O. Featured studios include Mucho, Folch and Hey and P.A.R, and cover a variety of clients, industries, and categories; from confectionery and drinks to glassware and furniture design and manufacturers.
This collection encompasses simple logo and stationery projects, and broader brand identity programmes. Highlights include Clase bcn’s collaboration with Enea, which won a Gold Laus for art direction in photography and a Silver Laus for corporate identity, and Mucho’s work for Fundació Joan Miró’s 40th Anniversary. If you get a chance, also check out From Scandinavia, From America, From the UK & From New Zealand.
DOIY by Folch, Barcelona
Vi Novell 2016 by Atipus, Barcelona
Bombonería Pons by Mucho, Barcelona
Have A Great Day Films by Hey, Barcelona
Estones de Mishima by Folch, Barcelona
Casa Bonay by Mucho, Barcelona
Flora by P.A.R, Barcelona
Enea by Clase bcn, Barcelona
Urbanna by Forma & Co, Barcelona
Minke by Atipo, Gijón
Arrels by Hey, Barcelona
Mother Cold Pressed Juice by Mucho, Barcelona
Wine Fandango by Moruba, Logroño
Estampaciones Fuerte by Hey, Barcelona
O designed by Folch, Barcelona
Fundació Joan Miró 40th Anniversary by Mucho, Barcelona
Buena C by Tres Tipos Gráficos, Madrid
Mamen Diego by Atipo, Gijón
Numbered by Martín Azúa by P.A.R, Barcelona
Hidraulik by Huaman, Barcelona
Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert by Hey, Barcelona
Balclis designed by Mucho, Barcelona
This post was published as a quick way to browse through BP&O’s content and get access to older but equally interesting projects through different themes, and expands on previous posts under the category The Best of BP&O. This series can be subscribed to here.