Highlights this month included Apartment One’s brand identity and digital work for Adlin Inc. and Fatherly, Believe In’s packaging treatment for Clive’s, Foreign Policy’s way finding and signage for Hay-Market and Trüf’s work for capital investment firm Echo. However, there were five projects that really stood out and have made it into BP&O’s top five, a feature that brings together the most interesting of each month for another opportunity to be seen and shared. Projects that make it into the top five effectively balance graphic design, print finish, material and/or structural choice, and have a communicative depth and clarity.
These are the five projects I reviewed during November that I felt really stood out and wanted to give them another opportunity to be seen and shared. I have ordered these from five to one with my favourite project presented last. Do you agree with my choices?