Curated by Richard Baird.
The ninth collection of business cards reviewed and published on BP&O. Between them, these highlight how colour, type, form and texture contrast, delivered through a combination of graphic design, material choice and print finish, contribute to a distinctive and communicative brand identity. As with earlier sets, this selection includes illustration, uncoated and coated boards, coloured papers, surface embosses and foils. Featured studios include Inhouse, Richards Partners, Spin and Mind Design.
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, in this case business cards, and expands upon previous posts under the category The Best of BP&O. This series can be subscribed to here.
The Best Awards is an annual celebration of interactive, graphic, product and spacial design work from New Zealand and Australia, run by The Designer’s Institute. This year’s event will take place on Friday 9th October at Auckland’s Viaduct Events Centre where winning studios will be awarded a Gold Pin for best in category, a Supreme Pin for best in discipline or a Purple Pin for those considered to have lifted the bar of New Zealand design.
Other awards include The John Britten Black Pin, which will be given to an individual for their leadership, vision and achievements nationally and internationally, and The Designer’s Institute of New Zealand Black Pin for Outstanding Achievement. This will be awarded to a member who has made a lasting and valuable contribution to the design profession and design culture in New Zealand. The judging process and criteria can be seen here.
To coincide with the publication of these finalists BP&O looks back at those projects up for awards in October which have been reviewed on the site. Finalists include Inhouse, Strategy, Garbett and Richards Partners.
Curated by Richard Baird.
The third collection of brochures, lookbooks, prospectuses, reports, book covers and magazine spreads published on BP&O. These mix layout, material choice and print finish, and between them effectively utilise colour, type, image, texture and paper contrast to communicate and compel, as well as contributing to a distinctive brand identity treatment. This selection features uncoated and coated papers, surface embosses, foils, metallic inks, dyed and unbleached boards, a variety of binding processes, and work by graphic design studios Pentagram, Inhouse, Maud and Believe In, amongst many others.
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 The Best of BP&O. If you liked this check out The Best of BP&O – Brochures No. 1 & Brochures No.2, or subscribed to this series here.