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BP&O Collections — Minimalist Brand Identity Design

 

NAU by Design by Toko, Australia

 

Minimal Design & Branding – NAU by Design by Toko, Australia

 

OTHR by Franklyn, United States

 

Minimal Branding – OTHR by Franklyn

 

Designers’ Friend by Paul Belford Ltd, United Kingdom

 

Minimal Branding – Designers Friend by Paul Belford Ltd.

 

Meg’s Tailoring by Studio South, New Zealand

 

Minimal Branding – Meg's Tailoring by Studio South

 

Mister by Brief, Canada

 

Minimal Branding – Mister by Brief

 

Emma Magnusson Arkitektur by Lundgren+Lindqvist, Sweden

 

Minimal Branding – Emma Magnusson Arkitektur by Lundgren+Lindqvist

 

L’Observatoire International by Triboro, United States

 

Minimal Branding – L’Observatoire International by Triboro

 

The International by Studio South, New Zealand

 

Minimal Branding – The International by Studio South

 

Pia Ulin Photography by The Studio, Sweden

 

Minimal Branding – Pia Ulin Photography by The Studio, Sweden

 

Norwegian Shipowners’ Association by Neue, Norway

 

Minimal Design & Branding – Norwegian Shipowners’ Association by Neue, Norway

 

Blå Bär by BVD, Sweden

 

Minimal Design & Branding – Blå Bär by BVD, Sweden

 

Tulura by Build, United Kingdom

 

Minimal Design & Branding – Tulura by Build, United Kingdom

 

REF by Kurppa Hosk, Sweden

 

Minimal Design & Branding – REF by Kurppa Hosk, Sweden

 

Bundlelist by Bunch, United Kingdom

 

Minimal Design & Branding – Bundlelist by Bunch, United Kingdom

 

A–TO–B by Stockholm Design Lab, Sweden

 

Retail Logo, Branding & Packaging – A–TO–B by Stockholm Design Lab, Sweden

 

Maven by Design By Toko, Australia

 

Minimal Design & Branding – Maven by Design By Toko, Australia

 

MOAA Architects by Inhouse, New Zealand

 

Minimal Design & Branding – MOAA Architects by Inhouse, New Zealand

 

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 BP&O Collections. If you liked this subscribe to the series here or click here to share on Twitter.

 

 

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