BP&O Collections — From Scandinavia


O/O Brewing by Lundgren+Lindqvist – Gothenburg, Sweden


Packaging for O/O Brewing by Swedish graphic design studio Lundgren+Lindqvist


Vitenparken by Bielke+Yang – Oslo, Norway


Logo, visual identity and print for Vitenparken by Bielke+Yang designed in Stock­holm, Swe­den


Paulig Kulma by Bond, Helsinki, Finland


Interior, print and packaging designed by Bond for Helsinki-based coffee shop, roastery and barista institute Paulig Kumla


Danish Selection by Kontrapunkt – Copenhagen, Denmark


Package design for fruit spread range Danish Selection by Kontrapunkt


Norwegian Shipowners’ Association by Neue – Oslo, Norway


Visual identity and print for Norwegian Shipowners’ Association by Neue designed in Oslo, Norway


Hernesaaren Ranta by Werklig – Helsinki, Finland


Branding for Hernesaaren Ranta by Werklig, Finland


Ragnar Hartvig by Commando Group, Norway


Brand identity and print for Norwegian photographer Ragnar Hartvig by Commando Group, Oslo


Hegel by Neue – Oslo, Norway


Package design by Oslo based Neue for Norwegian hi-fi company Hegel


Bearleader Chronicle by The Studio – Stock­holm, Sweden


Branding for publisher Bearleader Chronicle by The Studio, Sweden


Boreal Network, Itasca Road Trip by Bedow, Sweden


Illustrated record sleeve for Boreal Network's album rerelease Itasca Road Trip, designed by Bedow, Sweden


Skovin by Heydays – Oslo, Norway


Logo, visual identity and print for Skovin by Heydays designed in Oslo, Norway


Moomin & Moomin Shop by Bond – Helsinki, Finland


Packaging for Moomin Shop by graphic design studio Bond, Finland


Taidehalli by Tsto – Helsinki, Finland


Logo and stationery for Taidehalli by Tsto designed in Helsinki, Finland


More Than Human by Bedow – Stockholm, Sweden


Record covers for More Than Human by Bedow designed in Stockholm, Sweden


Food Studio by Bielke+Yang – Oslo, Norway


Logo and menu for Food Studio by Bielke+Yang designed in Oslo, Norway

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