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BP&O Collections — Menu Boards

Selected by Richard Baird.

A continually updated collection of some of the very best menu boards for cafes, coffee shops and restaurants, as part of a brand identity design project, reviewed and published on BP&O. This post includes work by 25AH, Werklig and Brief, and encompasses simple pin and chalkboards, and extends to designs that feature unusual shapes and custom type or applied as window decals. Between them, these effectively play with colour, form and type, work in high quality material detail and finishes, and utilise commonality or contrast within the context of interior design. Be sure to click the images to read more about the project and the intentions of each design. Check out more from BP&O Collections here.

 

Mister by Brief, Canada

 

Menu Board Design – Mister by Brief, Canada

 

Wine Fandango by Moruba, Spain

 

Menu Board Design – Wine Fandango by Moruba, Spain

 

Caldo Coffee by 25ah, Sweden

 

Menu Board Design – Caldo Coffee by 25ah, Sweden

 

The Town Mouse by A Friend Of Mine, Australia

 

Menu Board Design – The Town Mouse by A Friend Of Mine, Australia

 

Kimski by Franklyn, United States

 

Menu Board Design – Kimski by Franklyn, United States

 

Milk Lab by Studio fnt, South Korea

 

Menu Board Design – Milk Lab by Studio fnt, South Korea

 

Hay-Market by Foreign Policy, Singapore

 

Menu Board Design – Hay-Market by Foreign Policy, Singapore

 

Fazer Café by Kokoro & Moi, Finland

 

Menu Board Design – Fazer Café by Kokoro & Moi, Finland

 

Waffee by A Friend Of Mine, Australia

 

Waffee by A Friend Of Mine, Australia

 

Well Coffee by Bond, Finland

 

Menu Board Design – Well Coffee by Bond, Finland

 

Oyya by Skinn, Belgium

 

Menu Board Design – Oyya by Skinn, Belgium

 

Iron Grill by End Of Work, Australia

 

Menu Board Design – Iron Grill by End Of Work, Australia

 

Faculty Brewing Co. by Post Projects, Canada

 

Menu Board Design – Faculty Brewing Co. by Post Projects, Canada

 

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.