Opinion by Richard Baird Posted 16 February 2018
A continually updated gallery of graphic identity design work, reviewed and published on BP&O, that feature a still life component. It brings together those images that elevate product and intend to convey brand story or character, those that seek to express an artistic and craft sensibility, or those that look to convey a sense of play or a conviviality.
This post features work by Garbett, Bond and Mind Design, and covers a variety of projects, from catering services and property development to health stores and confectioners. Highlights include the connection to surrounding landscape in the stacking of chairs by Clase bcn for Enea, the arrangement of raw ingredients by Studio Round for restaurant Brae, and the balance and tension of Spy’s work for H+J.
Belle Epoque by Mind Design, United Kingdom
Senja Cosmetics by Werklig, Finland
H+J by Spy, United Kingdom
The Practical Man by Garbett, Australia
Soto by Richards Partners, New Zealand
Enea by Clase bcn, Spain
PÜR by Bond, Finland
Hernesaaren Ranta by Werklig, Finland
Nth Fitzroy by Studio Hi Ho, Australia
Brea by Studio Round, Australia
Marcus Form by Lundgren+Lindqvist, Sweden