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BP&O Collections — Brochures No.4

Curated by Richard Baird.

The Best of BP&O — Brochures No.4

The fourth collection of brochures, lookbooks, prospectuses, newsletters, brand guidelines and catalogues published on BP&O. These mix layout, material choice and print finish, and between them effectively utilise colour, type, image, texture and paper contrast to communicate and compel, and contribute to a distinctive brand identity. This selection features uncoated and coated papers, spot colours, surface embosses, foils, metallic inks, dyed and bleached boards, and work by graphic design studios Bravo, Mucho, Bunch and Maud, amongst many others.

 

EDL designed by Bravo

 

EDL laminates embossed and black block foiled brochure by Bravo, Singapore

 

Tina Frey designed by Mucho

 

Tina Frey Designs product brochure by Mucho

 

Moomins designed by Bond

 

10-Moomin-Product-Guidelines-Design-Bond-BPO

 

Frank designed by Bunch

 

Frank launch brochure by Bunch

 

Folk designed by IYA Studio

 

Folk Summer / Spring 2016 lookbook by graphic design studio IYA Studio, United Kingdom

 

Borders Railway designed by KVGD

 

Opening celebration for Borders Railway by KVGD, Scotland

 

Team Impression designed by Design Project

 

Brochure for print production business Team Impression by Design Project, United Kingdom

 

Goldsmiths, University of London, Spy

 

Goldsmiths, University of London, welcome week guide by Spy, United Kingdom

 

Bregenzer Festspiele designed by Moodley

 

Bregenzer Festspiele theatre and opera programme by Moodley, Austria

 

Netsurvey designed by The Studio

 

Netsurvey newsletter by The Studio, Sweden

 

4B Arkitekter designed by Commando Group

 

Brochure for 4B Arkitekter by graphic design studio Commando Group

 

MOS Architects designed by Studio Lin

 

Print for MOS Architects by New York Studio Lin

 

Strategy Thinking designed by Strategy

 

Brand insight publication Thinking 5 by graphic design studio Strategy

 

Basement Theatre designed by Studio Alexander

 

Programme for Basement Theatre by Studio Alexander, New Zealand

 

Nicholas Architects designed by Strategy

 

Brochure and brand identity guidelines for Nicholas Architects by Strategy Design, New Zealand

 

STRP designed by Raw Color

 

Brochure for art, cultural and technology festival STRP by Raw, Netherlands

 

University Of Sydney designed by Maud

 

The Uni­ver­sity of Sydney undergraduate guide by Maud

 

Mamen Diego designed by Atipo

 

Brochure for interior and architecture studio Mamen Diego by Atipo

 

Norwegian Presence designed by Bielke&Yang

 

Exhibition catalogue for furniture exhibition Norwegian Presence by Bielke & Yang, Norway

 

The Hugo designed by Studio Brave

 

Brochure for Australian property development The Hugo by Studio Brave

 

This post was published as a quick way to browse through BP&O’s content and gain access to older but equally interesting projects through different themes, and expands upon previous posts under the category The Best of BP&O. If you liked this check out The Best of BP&O – Brochures No. 1Brochures No.2 & Brochures No.3 or subscribed to this series here.

 

More brand identity projects that include brochure design:

Logo Design – Nosive Strukture  Print - UAL  Print - Fontsmith


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