BP&O Collections – Signs & Wayfinding


Collective by Graphical House


Wayfinding / Poster Design – Collective by Graphical House


Sifang Art Museum by Foreign Policy


Wayfinding Design – Sifang Art Museum by Foreign Policy


Designers Anonymous


Wayfinding Design – Designers Anonymous


Coffee & Co. by Bond


Sign Design – Coffee & Co. by Bond


Bambudda by Post Projects


Logotype as an exterior sign designed by Post Projects for Vancover-based Chinese restaurant Bambudda


The Factory by Ghost


Logotype and signage for fashion store The Factory by graphic design studio Ghost


Wine Fandango by Moruba


Neon signage and logotype for Spanish wine bar and restaurant Wine Fandango by graphic design studio Moruba


The Libertine Liquor Bar by CODA


Hand painted signage for Libertine Liquor Bar by CODO


Design Museum by Bond


Wayfinding and signage by Finnish graphic design studio Bond for Design Museum


Podi by Bravo


Signage for restaurant Podi designed by Bravo


Alphabeta by Village Green


Logotype and illuminated signage for London property development Alphabeta by Village Green


Bildmuseet by Stockholm Design Lab


Signage for Bildmuseet by Scandinavian graphic design studio Stockholm Design Lab


Pikseli by Werklig


Wayfinding for Pikseli by graphic design studio Werklig


Oyya by Skinn


Sign design by Oyya by Skinn

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