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BP&O Collections — Brochures No.6

Selected by Richard Baird.

  The Best of BP&O – Brochures No.6

The sixth collection of brochures, lookbooks, brand guidelines, catalogues and invitations published on BP&O. These mix layout, material choice and print finish, and between them effectively utilise colour, type, proportion, image, texture and paper contrast to communicate, compel and contribute to a distinctive brand identity. This selection features uncoated and coated papers, spot colours, blind deboss, die cuts and open stitching, and includes work by graphic design studios Bravo, Spy and Studio South.

 

EDL Laminates by Bravo

 

Blind embossed and silver block foiled brochure for high pressure laminate distributor EDL by graphic design studio Bravo.

 

DOIY by Folch

 

Art direction and brochure by Barcelona-based Folch for product design company DOIY

 

BIFAN 2016 by Studio fnt

 

Brand identity and brochure by Studio fnt for 20th Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, South Korea

 

Hidden Characters by RE

 

Brochure for PR firm Hidden Characters by RE, Sydney, Australia

 

David Rowland by ico Design

 

Brand identity and mailers by London-based graphic design studio ico Design for photographer David Rowland

 

UAL 2017–18 by Spy

 

Brochures by Spy for the University of the Arts London 2016–17 campaign

 

EAT by Fable

 

Catalogue with blind emboss detail by Fable for EAT, the second installation of a two-year long series of exhibitions on Singapore's food culture

 

London Design Biennale by Pentagram

 

Programme by Pentagram partner Dominic Lippa for London Design Biennale

 

Gold—Smidt Assembly by Re-Public

 

Gallery programme by Copenhagen design studio Republic for pop-up art gallery Gold—Smidt Assembly

 

Hedeker by Socio Design

 

Brochure with copper metallic paper and perforated detail for Hedeker by Socio Design

 

Casa Bonay by Mucho

 

Book for Barcelona hotel Casa Bonay by Mucho, Spain

 

Helbers by Only

 

Brand identity and lookbook with copper foil print finish by Leeds-based graphic design studio Only for Parisian menswear label Helbers

 

The International by Studio South

 

Brand identity and brochure design by Studio South for Auckland luxury apartment complex The International

 

The True Honey Co. by Marx Design

 

Brand guidelines by Marx Design for The True Honey Company, a New Zealand-based business specialising in mānuka honey

 

M+ Screenings by Project Projects

 

Programme for Hong Kong festival M+ Screenings by Project Projects, United States

 

YO! by Paul Belford Ltd

 

Brand book by London-based Paul Belford Ltd. for restaurant chain Yo! Sushi

 

Paco Rabanne by Zak Group

 

Brand identity document for French fashion label Paco Rabanne by Zak Group, United Kingdom

 

Wagon Wheel by Perky Bros

 

Brochure for Nashville-based boutique real estate title and escrow company Wagon Wheel designed by Perky Bros.

 

Arco by Raw Color

 

Brand identity and 2016 catalogue for furniture manufacturer Arco by Raw Color, The Netherlands

 

Farah by Post

 

Brand identity and brand book for British men's fashion label Farah by graphic design studio Post

 

Frameline by Mucho

 

Brand identity and programme designed by Mucho for San Francisco based LGBT film festival and nonprofit arts organisation Frameline.

 

Karla Black + Kishio Suga: A New Order by O Street

 

Visual identity and invitation for the exhibition Karla Black + Kishio Suga: A New Order at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art designed by O Street, UK

 

Innovation Properties by 25AH

 

Brand identity and project brochures with fabric covers and gold block foil print finish for Scandinavian developer Innovation Properties by 25AH

 

Prism by Matchstic

 

Brand identity and brochure for American laminate brand Prism by Atlanta based graphic design studio Matchstic

 

Royal West of England Academy by Spy

 

Brand identity and brochure with die cut detail for Royal West of England Academy by Spy, United Kingdom

 

This post was published as a quick way to browse through BP&O’s content and gain access to older but equally interesting projects through different themes, and expands upon previous posts under the category BP&O Collections. If you liked this check out – Brochures No. 5Brochures No.4, & Brochures No.3 or subscribe to this series here.