Generation Press is a UK-based print production studio that works with a variety of businesses including many of the design agencies featured on BP&O. Build, who were responsible for establishing Generation Press’s brand identity, have recently developed a new stationery set, promotional material and website with a “minimal stripped back brand style” that showcases some of the finishes provided by the studio.
Puebla 109 is a three floor 20th century townhouse, located in the Roma Norte colonia of Mexico City, “where art, design and gastronomy converge” in the form of an evolving space utilised as a place to work in the morning, as a restaurant to eat lunch in the afternoon and as a bar to have cocktails in the evening.
Puebla 109’s new brand identity—which includes a number of different logos, packaging and print, stationery and menus created by design studio Savvy—establishes a strong, on-trend and crafted sensibility through hand drawn typography, uncoated materials, stamp-based print finishes and punched tape label detail.
Graphical House and Derek Welsh Studio recently produced a special edition version of their distinctive domino set and collaborative project Oblique for Paul Smith. The dominoes, handcrafted in walnut using 45 processes, 8,400 hand drilled holes, 155m of walnut, 15m² of laminate, 75m² of 150 grit sandpaper, 20m² of 320 grit sandpaper and 18 hand files, come in a drawstring bag packed in a navy and pink box with a foil print finish.