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BP&O Collections — Beer Mats & Coasters

Selected by Richard Baird.

The Best of BP&O – Beer Mats & Coasters

An extensive collection of beer mats and coasters created as part of a broader brand identity programme, reviewed and published on BP&O between 2011 and 2016. Between them, these highlight how colour, type, image, shape, material choice and print finish contribute to a distinctive and communicative brand identity. This set includes uncoated and coated boards, photography and illustration, dyed papers, embossed surfaces and foils. Featured studios include Inhouse, Build, Werklig and Bond. Be sure to click through to get a sense of how these fit within a broader brand identity program and the communicative intentions that underpin their aesthetic, or click here to check out our beer collection.

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BP&O Collections — From Canada

Curated by Richard Baird.

  The Best of BP&O — From Canada

A round-up of some of the best logo, brand identity and packaging design projects from across Canada, reviewed and published on BP&O. Featured studios include Blok, Brief and lg2boutique, and cover a variety of clients, industries, and categories. This collection encompasses simple logo and stationery work, broader brand identity programmes and a variety of packaging projects.

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BP&O Collections — Business Cards No.12

Selected by Richard Baird.

The Best of BP&O — Business Cards No.12

The twelfth collection of business cards created as part of a broader brand identity programme, reviewed and published on BP&O in 2016. Between them, these highlight how colour, type, form and contrast, material choice and print finish, contribute to a distinctive and communicative brand identity. This set includes uncoated and coated boards, illustration, dyed papers, embossed surfaces and foils. Featured studios include Swear Words, Only, Franklyn and Studio South. Be sure to click through to get a sense of how these fit within a broader brand identity program and the communicative intentions that underpin their aesthetic.

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