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BP&O Collections — Still Life

Selected by Richard Baird.

A continually updated gallery of graphic identity design work, reviewed and published on BP&O, that feature a still life component. It brings together those images that elevate product and intend to convey brand story or character, those that seek to express an artistic and craft sensibility, or those that look to convey a sense of play or a conviviality.

This post features work by Garbett, Bond and Mind Design, and covers a variety of projects, from catering services and property development to health stores and confectioners. Highlights include the connection to surrounding landscape in the stacking of chairs by Clase bcn for Enea, the arrangement of raw ingredients by Studio Round for restaurant Brae, and the balance and tension of Spy’s work for H+J.

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BP&O Collections — From Sweden

Selected by Richard Baird.

The Very Best in Swedish, Branding, Packaging and Graphic Design

A continually updated gallery of some of BP&O’s favourite logo, graphic identity and packaging design projects from across Sweden. Featured studios include Bedow, Bold and BVD, and cover a variety of clients from craft beers, photographers and web developers, to restaurants and retailers. The collection encompasses simple logo and stationery projects, broader graphic identity programmes as well as packaging, record sleeves and book design.

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BP&O Collections — Block Foiling

Selected by Richard Baird.

Block Foiling Gallery & Inspiration — BP&O Collections

A continually updated gallery of graphic identity and packaging design work, reviewed and published on BP&O, that utilise foil blocking. These include solid, clear and multi-coloured foils, and those that feature micro-structures or sculpted details. This post features work by Studio South, Triboro and Bedow, and covers a variety of projects, from property developments and artists to restaurants and coffee subscription services.

The work below explores the intersection of the graphic and surface, the striking and the subtle. They move between a simple aesthetic pleasure in conjunction with materials, interesting ideas, a continuity of concept and communicative intention. These all serve to maintain a sense of quality, where ubiquity of finish seeks to undermine. Also check out Blind Embossing and Die Cutting.

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