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BP&O Collections — From Australia

Selected by Richard Baird.

BP&O Collections — Designed in Australia

A round-up of some of the best logo, brand identity, print and packaging design projects from across Australia reviewed and published on BP&O. Featured studios include Studio Round, Seesaw, RE and A Friend Of Mine, and cover a variety of clients, industries, and categories, from food and drink to architectural studios. This collection encompasses simple logo and stationery projects, broader brand identity experiences and a couple of wine labels. Check out more from BP&O Collections here.

 

OneFourFive Clarendon by Studio Brave, Melbourne

 

Australian Design – OneFourFive Clarendon by Studio Brave, Melbourne

 

CareerTrackers Awards by Garbett, Sydney

 

Australian Design – CareerTrackers Awards 2018 by Garbett, Sydney

 

85 Spring Street by Studio Ongarato, Melbourne

 

Australian Design – 85 Spring Street by Studio Ongarato, Melbourne

 

Architects Accreditation Council of Australia by Toko, Sydney

 

Australian Design – Architects Accreditation Council of Australia by Toko, Sydney

 

Whitlam Place by Studio Hi Ho, Melbourne

 

Australian Design – Whitlam Place by Studio Hi Ho, Melbourne

 

The Architect’s Bookshop by Garbett, Sydney

 

Australian Design – The Architect's Bookshop by Garbett, Sydney

 

George + Powlett by Studio Brave, Sydney

 

Australian Design – George + Powlett by Studio Brave, Melbourne

 

Cult 20 Years, Event & Exhibition by Toko, Australia

 

Branding for Furniture Designers, Manufacturers & Retailers – Cult 20 Years, Event & Exhibition by Toko, Australia

 

Brae by Studio Round, Melbourne

 

Australian Design – Brae by Studio Round, Melbourne

 

ShopAround by Design by Toko, Sydney

 

Australian Design – ShopAround by Design by Toko, Sydney

 

Hidden Characters by RE, Sydney

 

Australian Design – Hidden Characters by RE, Sydney

 

Niche Wine Co. — Somm by Frost, Sydney

 

Australian Design – Niche Wine Co. — Somm by Frost, Sydney

 

UNSW Built Environment by Toko, Sydney

 

Australian Design – UNSW Built Environment by Toko, Sydney

 

InForm by Hofstede (Closed)

 

Australian Design – InForm by Hofstede

 

Junction Moama by Seesaw, Melbourne

 

Australian Design – Junction Moama by Seesaw, Melbourne

 

Jackalope Hotels by Fabio Ongarato Design, Melbourne

 

Australian Design – Jackalope Hotels by Fabio Ongarato Design, Melbourne

 

Chez Olivier by Swear Words, Melbourne

 

Australian Design – Chez Olivier by Swear Words, Melbourne

 

Ridley by RE, Sydney

 

Australian Branding & Design – Ridley by RE, Sydney

 

Penley Estate by Parallax Design, Adelaide

 

Australian Wine Packaging Design – Penley Estate by Parallax Design, Adelaide

 

IDES by Swear Words, Melbourne

 

Australian Branding & Design – IDES by Swear Words, Melbourne

 

Bibelot by A Friend Of Mine, Melbourne

 

Australian Packaging & Branding – Bibelot by A Friend Of Mine, Melbourne

 

The National Insti­tute of Dra­matic Art by Maud, Sydney

 

Australian Design & Branding – The National Insti­tute of Dra­matic Art by Maud, Sydney

 

CareerTrackers by Garbett, Sydney

 

Australian Design – CareerTrackers by Garbett, Sydney

 

Loving Earth by Round, Melbourne

 

Australian Packaging Design – Loving Earth by Round, Melbourne

 

The Doctor’s Studio by A Friend Of Mine, Melbourne

 

Australian Design – The Doctor’s Studio by A Friend Of Mine, Melbourne


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