BP&O Collections – Signs & Wayfinding


Galt Energy by Firmalt


Wayfinding for Galt Energy by Firmalt


Edvard Munch High School by Snøhetta


Signage and wayfinding for Edvard Munch High School by Snøhetta


Kontoret by Werklig


Neon exterior signage for Kontoret by Scandinavian graphic design studio Werklig


Obbio by Mayuscula


Signage for supermarket Obbio by Mayuscula


OpenView by Pentagram


Logo and signage by Pentagram for Boston-based venture capital firm OpenView.


Mister by Brief


Brand identity and signage by Brief for Vancouver-based all natural, artisanal and seasonal ice cream business Mister


Mere by Bibliothèque, United Kingdom


Branding and signage designed by Bibliothèque for Monica Galetti's new London restaurant Mere


Art Museum by Underline Studio


Window decal for Toronto's Art Museum by Underline Studio


Collect by Spin, United Kingdom


Brand identity and wayfinding for contemporary international art fair Collect, designed by Spin, London, UK


Galerija Kranjčar by Bunch, Croatia


Wordmark and signage designed by Bunch for Zagreb-based modern art gallery Galerija Kranjčar.


New Chapter by Paul Belford Ltd, United Kingdom


Sign Design & Way-finding – New Chapter by Paul Belford Ltd, United Kingdom


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 – BrochuresBusiness Cards & Menus or subscribed to this series here.

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