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BP&O Collections — Blue In Branding

Selected by Richard Baird.

BP&O Collections — Blue In Branding

A collection of some of the very best brand identity and graphic design projects that effectively utilise blue, reviewed and published on BP&O. This post features work by Bunch, Swear Words and Werklig, and covers simple logo and stationery projects, and extends to broader brand identity programmes that include packaging and a variety of print communications. These play with large areas of blue, blue as highlight and contrast, and include four-colour blues, spot colours, dyed papers and boards. 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.

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BP&O Collections — Cafés & Coffee Shops

Selected by Richard Baird.

BP&O Collections — Cafés & Coffee Shops

A collection of some of the very best logo and brand identity design work for café and coffee shops, reviewed and published on BP&O. This post features work by 25AH, Triboro and Bond, and encompasses simple logo, stationery, coffee cup and menu projects, and extends to broader brand identity programmes that include interior design detail and signage. These effectively play with colour, form and type, and work in high quality material detail and finishes. 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.

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BP&O Collections — Business Cards No.14

Selected by Richard Baird.

The fourteenth collection of business cards. Each is part of a broader brand identity programme, reviewed and published on BP&O. Between them, these highlight how colour, type, form, layout and contrast, as well as material choice and print finish, contribute to a distinctive and expressive brand identity. This set covers dyed papers, embossed surfaces, foils, illustration and one example of thermography. Featured studios include Bunch, Bedow and Blok. Click through to get a sense of how these fit within a broader brand identity program and the communicative intentions that underpin aesthetic choices. Check out more at BP&O – Collections or subscribe to the series here.

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