BP&O Collections — Menus


Clifton Arms by Wash, United Kingdom


Wood menu with copper foil print finish for hotel, restaurant, bar and brasserie Clifton Arms designed by Wash


Fat Cow by Foreign Policy, Singapore


Menu design for Singapore beef restaurant Fat Cow designed by Foreign Policy


The Slanted Door by Manual, United States


Menu design for San Francisco based Vietnamese restaurant The Slanted Door designed by Manual


Wine Fandango by Moruba, Spain


Gold foiled menu by graphic design studio Moruba for Wine Fandango


Platform by Substrakt, United Kingdom


Menu design for London based bar and restaurant Platform by Substrakt


Smack Lobster Roll by & Smith, United Kingdom


Illustrated menu design for Smack Lobster Roll by & Smith


The Monday Room by Strategy, New Zealand


Leather bound menu with gold foil detail for Christchurch cafe and wine bar The Monday Room by Strategy


The Parcel Yard by Designers Anonymous, United Kingdom


Menu on unbleached card for British pub The Parcel Yard designed by Designers Anonymous


Ingierstrand Bad by Uniform, Norway


Fabric covered menu for Norwegian restaurant Ingierstrand Bad designed by Uniform


The Armoury by Purpose, United Kingdom


Menu design for British pub The Armoury designed by Purpose


Pablo & Rusty’s by Manual, Australia


Menu design with wood backboard for coffee shop and roaster Pablo & Rusty's designed by Manual


Torafuku by Brief, Canada


Gold foiled menus with wood backboard for contemporary pan Asian restaurant Torafuku by graphic design studio Brief


Libertine Liquor Bar by CODO, United States


Menu designed by CODO for Indianapolis liquor bar Libertine


Podi by Bravo, Singapore


Logotype and menu with wood and fabric detail designed by Bravo Company for Singapore-based organic restaurant Podi


Marco Marco by Acre, Singapore


Menu for Marco Marco by Acre

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