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BP&O Collections — Posters

Selected by Richard Baird.

BP&O Collections — Posters

A continually updated collection of poster designs created as part of a broader brand identity programme, reviewed and published on BP&O. Between them, these bring to light how colour, type, form, orientation, layout and contrast, as well as substrate and print technique, contribute to a distinctive and expressive brand identity. These often catch the eye from a distance and follow up with detail up close. This post includes framed posters for interior decoration and outdoor advertising campaigns, and work for festivals, museums, galleries and charities. Featured studios include Mucho, Snøhetta and Hey. 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 plenty more at BP&O – Collections or subscribe to the series here.

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BP&O Collections — Blind Embossing

Selected by Richard Baird.

A continually updated gallery of brand identity, packaging and graphic design, reviewed and published on BP&O, that feature a blind emboss or debossed detail. This post features work by Bibliothèque, Triboro and Bedow, and covers a variety of projects, from restaurants and lighting architects to galleries and fashion labels.

Blind embossing has been used in a few different ways. These include simple stylistic flourishes, an exploration of the intersection of the graphic and material, and those grounded in the more conceptual. These conceptual approaches include the framing of words for art gallery Galerija Kranjčar, a recurring H motif by Mucho for Héctor Ayuso, and a reference to light and shade by Triboro for their work with lighting architects L’Observatoire International. Be sure to click the images to read more about the project and the ideas and intentions of each design.

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BP&O Collections — Swing Tags

Selected by Richard Baird.

A continually updated collection of distinctive swing tag designs created as part of a broader brand identity programme, reviewed and published on BP&O. Between them, these bring to light how colour, type, form, image, layout and contrast, as well as material choice and print finish, contribute to a distinctive and expressive brand identity. This post includes dyed papers and foils, illustration, pattern and typographical play, and work for fashion, furniture, travel accessories and kitchenware. Featured studios include Stockholm Design Lab, Tsto and Collins. 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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