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BP&O Collections — Pastels In Branding

Selected by Richard Baird.

BP&O Collections — Pastels In Branding

A collection of some of the best brand identity, packaging and graphic design projects that effectively utilise pastel colours, reviewed and published on BP&O. This post features work by Studio fnt, Post and Socio Design, and covers simple logo and stationery projects, and extends to broader brand identity programmes that include packaging and a variety of print communications. Be sure to click the images to read more about the project and the intentions of each design. Check out more from BP&O Collections here.

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Sydlexia: Making Sense Of Dyslexia by BBDO Dubai, UAE

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Brand identity and print campaign, posters and adverts for Sydney Dyslexia's innovative new programme Sydlexia by BBDO Dubai

Sydney Dyslexia intends to challenge the misconception that dyslexia is a learning disability, and instead, move the conversation forward, to more appropriately address it as a learning difference. Sydlexia is an innovative and pioneering platform, created by Sydney Dyslexia, to help aid this change, and offers new techniques and training methods to help facilitate “dyslexia correction”.

Dyslexia is the most common learning disorder. It affects 1 in 10 people worldwide. It is indifferent, and its challenges are felt by those from all walks of life. Sydlexia worked with BBDO Dubai on brand identity and its first campaign with the intention of engaging a diverse group of people.

Taking their cues from the universal notion of dyslexia as a learning difference that breaks up and rearranges letters and words, BBDO finds a convivial, modern and universal expression that draws a lot of visual and cognitive equity from simple typographical play, the fracturing of words and the process of their reconstruction.

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Quad Cinema by Pentagram, United States

Opinion by Richard Baird.

Logotype by Pentagram for New York's Quad Cinema

Quad opened in 1972 and was New York’s first multi-screen cinema. Since then its four screens have been dedicated to playing a diverse programme of independent, classic and first-run films. To coincide with its contemporary state-of-the-art refurbishment, completed earlier this year, Quad’s new owner Charles S. Cohen and his independent film production and distribution company Cohen Media Group worked with Pentagram partner Paula Scher and her team on brand identity. This included logotype and custom typeface, environmental graphics, signage and digital installations informed by the visual language of cinema.

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