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The Best of BP&O — February 2014

February's Top 5 Design Projects 2014

Highlights last month included new packaging from Marx Design for coconut water brand The Coconut Collective, an animated logo by Alphabetical for production studio Giant Owl, the restraint of Shaz Madani’s print and brand identity solution for photographer Giles Duley, and the bright colour palette, industrial robustness and fine technicality of Mash Creative and Hype Type Studio’s packaging work for uBear.

However, there were five projects that really stood out for me 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.

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The Best of BP&O — January 2014

January's Top 5 Projects 2014

Highlights this month have included new stationery work from Build for Generation Press which also features type work by Colorphon, an architectural brand identity designed by Spy for Haverstock, the over-sized iconography employed by Heydays for Intu, and the contrast of illustrative flourish and restraint utilised by Say What Studio for art gallery, bar and cocktail academy Apartment A.

However, there were five projects that really stood out for me 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.

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The Best of BP&O — Brand Identities of 2013

Top 5 Brand Identity Projects of 2013 featured on BP&O

Highlights this year have included new websites and work from Heydays and The Company you Keep, a multitude of new brand identity developments from Anagrama and Bunch, and a brutalist inspired piece by London based design studio St.

However, there were five projects that really stood out for me that have made it into BP&O’s top five of 2013, a feature that brings together what I believe to be the most interesting of the year for another opportunity to be seen and shared. These include an oversized twist on the smallest digital measure, a logotype taken out and about, bright pattern work, some solid use of material texture, print finish and photography as well as typographic contrast and a good use of unprinted space.

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