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LogoArchive Issue 1 Limited Re-Issue (200)

LogoArchive #1 – Logo design zine published by BP&O and designed by Richard Baird

This first edition of LogoArchive in print was conceived, designed and sent to the printers for quotation within a day. It was inspired by a panel discussion that took place the day before at Somerset House as part of the exhibition Print! Tearing It Up.

This first issue was a compact 10 pages printed on Colorplan Ebony 135gsm with five passes of white and finished with black staples, it was a small first step that was the foundation of a series of 5 numbered issues and an ExtraIssue from CanadaModern. It was the first printed piece to fall under BP&O’s new publishing platform.

LogoArchive Issue 1 sold out in two days, and was followed by three three other sellouts. The series has been kindly been featured on Dezeen, It’s Nice That, Brand New, Creative Boom, LogoDesignLove and Design Week, and has been featured in the April 2019 issue of Computer Arts Magazine.

LogoArchive Zines are available to order from LogoArchive.Shop.

LogoArchive #1 – Logo design zine published by BP&O and designed by Richard Baird

LogoArchive #1 – Logo design zine published by BP&O and designed by Richard Baird

LogoArchive #1 – Logo design zine published by BP&O and designed by Richard Baird

LogoArchive #1 – Logo design zine published by BP&O and designed by Richard Baird

LogoArchive #1 – Logo design zine published by BP&O and designed by Richard Baird

From The Readers

 

LogoArchive Issue 1 Image: Dean Papadopoullos.

Image Credit: Dean Papadopoullos.

LogoArchive Collection. photo Taylor Garries

Image Credit: Tylor Garries.

LogoArchive Issue 1

Image Credit: Counter-print

LogoArchive Issue 1

Image Credit: Emily Melling

LogoArchive Issue 1

Image Credit: Counter-print


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