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BP&O Collections — From the United Kingdom

Selected by Richard Baird.

The Best of BP&O – From the United Kingdom

A round-up of some of the best logo, brand identity and packaging design projects from across the United Kingdom, reviewed and published on BP&O. Featured studios include Zak Group, Bibliothèque and Spy, and cover a variety of clients working within a plethora of industries. This collection encompasses simple logo and stationery work, broader brand identity programmes and a variety of packaging projects.

 

Brigade Court by Jack Renwick Studio, London

 

British Design – Brigade Court by Jack Renwick Studio, London

 

Albert Oehlen Book by Zak Group, London

 

British Design – Albert Oehlen Book designed by Zak Group

 

PLATF9RM by Studio Makgill, London

 

British Design – PLATF9RM by Studio Makgill, London

 

Varnom Ross by Bibliothèque, London

 

British Design – Varnom Ross by Bibliothèque, London v

 

Speculations On Anonymous Materials by Zak Group, London

 

British Design – Speculations On Anonymous Materials by Zak Group, London

 

New Chapter by Paul Belford Ltd, London

 

British Design – New Chapter by Paul Belford Ltd, London

 

Old Spike Coffee by Commission Studio, London

 

Coffee Branding and Packaging Design – Old Spike Coffee by Commission Studio, United Kingdom

 

David Collins Studio by Bibliothèque Design, London

 

British Design – David Collins Studio by Bibliothèque Design, London

 

Assembly by Ragged Edge, London

 

British Design – Assembly by Ragged Edge, London

 

FranklinTill by Commission, London

 

British Design – FranklinTill by Commission, London

 

REVOLT by Paul Belford Ltd., London

 

British Design – REVOLT by Paul Belford Ltd., London

 

Piccolo by Here Design, London

 

British Design – Piccolo by Here Design, London

 

Boundless Theatre by Spy, London

 

British Design – Boundless Theatre by Spy, London

 

BBC Creative by Spin, London

 

British Design – BBC Creative by Spin, London

 

London Fashion Week by Pentagram, London

 

British Design – London Fashion Week by Pentagram, London

 

Riso D’uomo by Here Design, London

 

British Design – Riso D'uomo by Here Design, London

 

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine by Spy, London

 

British Design – London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine by Spy, London

 

A.N Other by Socio Design, London

 

British Design – A.N Other by Socio Design, London

 

2LG Studio by Two Times Elliott, London

 

British Design – 2LG Studio by Two Times Elliott, London

 

V&A Exhibition Road Quarter by dn&co., London

 

British Design – V&A Exhibition Road Quarter by dn&co., London

 

Moriarty by Bond, London

 

British Design – Moriarty by Bond, United Kingdom

 

Real Review by OK-RM, London

 

British Design – Real Review designed by OK-RM created and edited by Jack Self

 

Campus by MultiAdaptor, London

 

British Design – Campus by MultiAdaptor, London

 

Corps Reviver by Spin, London

 

British Design – Corps Reviver by Spin, London

 

Disrepute by Two Times Elliott, London

 

Designed in the UK – Disrepute by Two Times Elliott, London

 

Chaos by Socio Design, London

 

British Package Design – Chaos by Socio Design, London

 

Label Lab by TM, London

 

Designed in the UK – Label Lab by TM, London

 

H+J by Spy, London

 

British Design – H+J by Spy, London


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