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BP&O Collections — Brochures No.7

Selected by Richard Baird.

BP&O Collections — Brochures No.7

The seventh collection of brochures, annual reports, catalogues and event programmes published on BP&O. These mix layout, material choice and print finish, and between them effectively utilise colour, type, proportion, image, texture and paper contrast to communicate, compel and contribute to a distinctive graphic identity. This selection features uncoated and coated papers, spot colours, blind deboss and die cuts, and includes work by studios Folch, Spy and Toko.

In the spirit of trying to subvert the chronological value-hierarchies of the traditional blog format 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. Further, this is less about optical pyrotechnics, although that is a consideration, but how each of these fulfils a role within a broader system, click each image to read more. This expands upon previous posts under the category BP&O Collections. If you liked this check out more brochures here.

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BP&O Collections — Brochures No.6

Selected by Richard Baird.

  The Best of BP&O – Brochures No.6

The sixth collection of brochures, lookbooks, brand guidelines, catalogues and invitations published on BP&O. These mix layout, material choice and print finish, and between them effectively utilise colour, type, proportion, image, texture and paper contrast to communicate, compel and contribute to a distinctive brand identity. This selection features uncoated and coated papers, spot colours, blind deboss, die cuts and open stitching, and includes work by graphic design studios Bravo, Spy and Studio South.

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The Best of BP&O — Brochures No.5

Curated by Richard Baird.

  The Best of BP&O — Brochures No.5

The fifth collection of brochures, lookbooks, prospectuses, newsletters, brand guidelines and catalogues published on BP&O. These mix layout, material choice and print finish, and between them effectively utilise colour, type, proportion, image, texture and paper contrast to communicate and compel, and contribute to a distinctive brand identity. This selection features uncoated and coated papers, spot colours, blind deboss, die cuts and open stitching, and work by graphic design studios Blast, Parallax Design, Richards Partners and Matchstic, amongst many others.

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