Still Life in Branding — BP&O

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BP&O Collections — Still Life

Selected by Richard Baird.

A continually updated gallery of graphic identity design work, reviewed and published on BP&O, that feature a still life component. It brings together those images that elevate product and intend to convey brand story or character, those that seek to express an artistic and craft sensibility, or those that look to convey a sense of play or a conviviality.

This post features work by Garbett, Bond and Mind Design, and covers a variety of projects, from catering services and property development to health stores and confectioners. Highlights include the connection to surrounding landscape in the stacking of chairs by Clase bcn for Enea, the arrangement of raw ingredients by Studio Round for restaurant Brae, and the balance and tension of Spy’s work for H+J.

 

Belle Epoque by Mind Design, United Kingdom

 

Still Life in Branding – Belle Epoque by Mind Design, United Kingdom

 

H+J by Spy, United Kingdom

 

Still Life in Branding – H+J by Spy, United Kingdom

 

The Practical Man by Garbett, Australia

 

Still Life in Branding – The Practical Man by Garbett, Australia

 

Soto by Richards Partners, New Zealand

 

Still Life in Branding – Soto by Richards Partners, New Zealand

 

Enea by Clase bcn, Spain

 

Still Life in Branding – Enea by Clase bcn, Spain

 

PÜR by Bond, Finland

 

Still Life in Branding – PÜR by Bond, Finland

 

Hernesaaren Ranta by Werklig, Finland

 

Still Life in Branding – Hernesaaren Ranta by Werklig, Finland

 

Nth Fitzroy by Studio Hi Ho, Australia

 

Still Life in Branding – Nth Fitzroy by Studio Hi Ho, Australia

 

Brea by Studio Round, Australia

 

Still Life in Branding – Brea by Studio Round, Australia

 

Marcus Form by Lundgren+Lindqvist, Sweden

 

Still Life in Branding – Marcus Form by Lundgren+Lindqvist, Sweden

 

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.