Hands On: Real Review by OK-RM, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird

BP&O takes a hands on look at quarterly magazine Real Review, a collaboration between by OK-RM and Jack Self

Real Review is an award-winning quarterly magazine that pursues what it means to live today through analysis, evaluation and enquiry. It is a collaboration between London-based design studio OK-RM and editor Jack Self, the founder of architectural practice and cultural institute Real. Real Review offers wide ranging comment on a variety of topics, is presented in a compact format and mixes dense text, image and moments of space with the intention of being an efficient, economical and readable format.

In the third of an ongoing series, which follows reviews of Snøhetta’s Folk+Form and Blok’s Rain, Gravity, Heat, Cold by Blok, BP&O takes a hands on look at Real Review.

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Antenne Books by OK-RM, United Kingdom

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Branding for Antenne Books by OK-RM, United Kingdom

Antenne Books is a London based distributor of independent publishers with a web shop that covers art, photography, design, illustration, theory, writing, fashion and culture. Their extensive catalogue of books, magazines and journals includes work by authors and artists such as Matt Lambert and Lutz Bacher, and the publishers Lodret Vandret and The Renaissance Society, amongst many others. Antenne Books recently worked with graphic design studio OK-RM to develop a functional platform for displaying and offering their publications to a growing audience, and a visual language rooted in simplicity.

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Sancy & Regent designed by OK-RM

Logo design for boutique jewellery retailer Sancy & Regent designed by OK-RM

Sancy & Regent is a UK-based online boutique retailer of limited edition jewellery created by young international designers. Their visual identity, developed by independent design studio OK-RM, combines classic type, proprietary quirk and subtle embellishment with tactile material choices and a hidden high quality print finish, to convey small-scale craft with consistent, curated quality.

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