BP&O Collections — Brochures No.6

Selected by Richard Baird.

  The Best of BP&O – Brochures No.6

The sixth collection of brochures, lookbooks, brand guidelines, catalogues and invitations published on BP&O. These mix layout, material choice and print finish, and between them effectively utilise colour, type, proportion, image, texture and paper contrast to communicate, compel and contribute to a distinctive brand identity. This selection features uncoated and coated papers, spot colours, blind deboss, die cuts and open stitching, and includes work by graphic design studios Bravo, Spy and Studio South.


EDL Laminates by Bravo


Creative Brochure Design Ideas – EDL Laminates by Bravo


DOIY by Folch


Brochure Design – DOIY by Folch


BIFAN 2016 by Studio fnt


Brochure Design – BIFAN 2016 by Studio fnt


Hidden Characters by RE


Creative Brochure Design Ideas – Hidden Characters by RE


David Rowland by ico Design


Creative Lookbook Design Ideas – David Rowland by ico Design


UAL 2017–18 by Spy


Creative Brochure Design Ideas – UAL 2017–18 by Spy


EAT by Fable


Creative Brochure Design Ideas – EAT by Fable


London Design Biennale by Pentagram


Creative Programme Design Ideas – London Design Biennale by Pentagram


Gold—Smidt Assembly by Re-Public


Creative Gallery Exhibition Invitation Design Ideas – Gold—Smidt Assembly by Re-Public


Hedeker by Socio Design


Creative Brochure Design Ideas – Hedeker by Socio Design


Casa Bonay by Mucho


Creative Brand Book Design Ideas – Casa Bonay by Mucho


Helbers by Only


Creative Lookbook Design Ideas – Helbers by Only


The International by Studio South


Creative Brochure Design Ideas – The International by Studio South


The True Honey Co. by Marx Design


Brand Guidelines Document Design Ideas – The True Honey Co. by Marx Design


M+ Screenings by Project Projects


Brand Programme Design Ideas – M+ Screenings by Project Projects

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