BP&O Collections — Film Industry27 September,2017
Selected by Richard Baird.
A continually updated collection of some of the best brand identity design work for film festivals, cinemas, awards, production companies, distributors and film educators, reviewed and published on BP&O. This post features work by Pentagram, Studio fnt and Heydays, and includes simple logo design and stationery sets, and extends to those that cover signage, photography, custom typography and lighting.
Projects move between the dramatic and the subtle, the abstract and the referential, the static and dynamic. There are those that look to communicate the storytelling nature of cinema, its craft and immersive nature using imagery, scale and perspective. There are recurring motifs, often given new interpretations, ideas that take their inspiration from an era, technology or particular film, and those that are practical, reflecting the physical and made nature of film production. Be sure to click the images to read more about the project, the intentions of each design, and how these work alongside other assets.
This post was published as a quick way to browse through BP&O’s content and get access to older but equally interesting projects through different themes, and expands on previous posts under the category The Best of BP&O. This series can be subscribed to here.
Storyline Studios by Work In Progress, Norway
Ulju Mountain Film Festival by Studio fnt, South Korea
Filmfaktisk by Heydays, Norway
Reel by Richards Partners, New Zealand
Frameline 41 by Mucho, Spain
Quad Cinemas by Pentagram, United States
M+ Screenings by Project Projects, United States
Monster by The Metric System, Norway
Newscope Films by Karoshi, United Kingdom
Flatpack Film Festival by Dot Dash, United Kingdom
Have A Great Day Films by Hey, Spain
Momento Films by Bedow, Sweden
Nemesis Films by Anagrama, Mexico
Framline 40 by Mucho, Spain
Guy Bauer by Anagrama, Mexico
Penny Royal Films by Alphabetical, United Kingdom
BIFAN 2016 by Studio fnt, South Korea
Terri Timely by Bedow, Sweden
Lucky 21 by Blok, Canada
Den Norske Filmskolen by Neue, Norway
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