This months highlights have included work by Norwegian studio Uniform for restaurants Ingierstrand Bad and Festningen, a new brand identity project from Sagmeister & Walsh for Function Engineering, a visual identity and interior design solution by Mucho for Barcelona deli restaurant Florentina, as well as work from Fieldwork and Hey.
However, there were five projects that really stood out for me which have made it into BP&O’s top five, a feature that brings together what I believe to be the most interesting of the month for another opportunity to be seen and shared. These include identity and tactile stationery work from Fivethousand Fingers, a typographical brand identity and collateral by Anagrama for auteur film distributor Interior XII, and new work for Sebazzo by Bunch which includes paper marquetry business cards.
October has been a great month for new projects. Highlights have included work by Freytag Anderson for Partick Dental and The Fableists, a brand identity project by Graphical House for interior design studio Noam, Mind’s visual identity solution for fashion label Feral Sphere, as well as new packaging work from Studio In and Spin.
However, there were five projects that really stood out for me which have made it into BP&O’s top five, a feature that brings together what I believe to be the most interesting of the month for another opportunity to be seen and shared. These include flexible identity projects from Two Times Elliott and Bond, illustrative packaging by Marx, Neue’s work for Norway’s meteorological institute and the material and print finish of Perky Bros’ packaging for coffee roaster and cafe No. Six Depot.
I have ordered these from five to one with what I believe to be the strongest project presented last. Do you agree with my choices?
September was a great month for new work. Highlights included two new projects from Bielke+Yang, new architectural brand identities from Studio Constantine and Commando Group, as well as new packaging from Victor Design and Bond.
However, there were five projects that really stood out for me this month that have made it into BP&O’s top five, a feature that brings together what I believe to be the most interesting of the month for another opportunity to be seen and shared. These include an interesting brand identity project from Werklig that leverages the equity of established stationery brands to convey quality, the laser cut scorched paper detail employed by Hey to convey the heat and craft of glassware manufacturing, and the illustrated detail utilised by Bureau Collective to convey the personal bar service provided by Cocktails & Bitters. I have ordered these from five to one with my favourite project presented last.
Do you agree with my choices?
These are the projects I reviewed during August that I felt really stood out and wanted to give them another opportunity to be seen and shared. I have ordered these from five to one with my favourite project presented last.
Do you agree with my choices?
Motion Music is a Los Angeles based business that works with managers, agents, labels, and artists to produce professional tours, concerts and appearances worldwide. Inspired by the forms created by noise frequencies, modernism, and technology, multidisciplinary design agency Face, a regular on BP&O, created a “bold, dynamic, and versatile” visual identity for Motion Music that would reflect their intentions of setting a high standard of service and innovation for the touring industry and appeal to both the younger and more business-minded individuals of the industry.
Mooi is a UK fashion boutique, located on London’s Kensington High Street, that retails an eclectic collection of “luxurious textiles, hard-to-find designer labels and one-off designer womenswear pieces assembled from all over the world.” Inspired by the “elegance and quality of the boutique’s hand-crafted textiles”, multidisciplinary design agency Morse Studio developed a new brand identity that included exterior signage, swing tags, website, launch material and a bespoke logo-type screen-printed by hand on 100% cotton stocks.
Insiders is the membership program of Sydney Opera House launched to nurture customer loyalty, increase market share and raise the frequency of attendance through priority booking, discounts, dress rehearsal ‘sneak peeks’ and invitations to meet staff and artists.
Multidisciplinary design agency Naughtyfish were recently commissioned to ‘evolve’ the Insiders visual identity, positioning it as a retail product with greater focus on communicating the value proposition for members, to meet the changing focus of the Sydney Opera House program and represent the shifting perceptions around the brand. The project involved trademark design, posters, welcome pack, brochures, membership card, digital advertising and brand guidelines.
Following his recent promotion to official Mercedes driver for the DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters) and test driver for The F1 Mercedes team, Daniel Juncadella recently commissioned design agency Mucho to “improve his personal brand and the way he communicated with his growing fan base and the press”.