This Week on BP&O No.17

Posted: January 31st, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on This Week on BP&O No.17

Bambudda by Post Projects on BP&O   Generation Press by Build on BP&O Under Your Skin by Robot Food on BP&O   Apartment A by Say What Studio on BP&O

This week on BP&O I reviewed Post Project’s latest brand identity work for Chinese restaurant Bambudda, Build’s stationery work for print production studio Generation Press, Robot Food’s illustrative packaging solution for tattoo care range Under Your Skin and Say What Studio’s visual identity work for art gallery, bar and cocktail academy Apartment A.

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Articles For Designers No.15

Posted: January 27th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Articles For Designers, Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on Articles For Designers No.15

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Articles for Designers No.15

1. Pretty Ugly
2. Bryony Gomez-Palacio & Armin Vit Interview
3. What A Failed Pitch Looks Like
4. Thoughts On The New NYTimes.com

In today’s Articles For Designers Patrick Burgoyne interviews Martin Lorenz and Lupi Asensio on the theme of ‘New Ugly’, The Great Discontent talks to Underconsideration founders Bryony Gomez-Palacio and Armin Vit, Gemma Germains explains what a failed pitch looks like, and Khoi Vinh shares his opinion on the new NYTimes site design.

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This Week on BP&O No.16

Posted: January 24th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on This Week on BP&O No.16

Raiffeisen Rechenzentrum by Moodley on BP&O   Puebla 109 by Savvy on BP&O Jeffrey’s by FÖDA Studio on BP&O   Rhinoshield by Bravo Company on BP&O

This week on BP&O I reviewed Moodley’s latest logo, brochure and web work for IT infrastructure service provider RZZ, Savvy’s Mexican philately inspired brand identity solution for art, design and gastronomy space Puebla 109, FÖDA’s illustrative identity for fine dining restaurant Jeffrey’s and Bravo Company’s packaging design work for smart phone screen protector Rhinoshield.

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Articles For Designers No.14

Posted: January 20th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Articles For Designers, Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on Articles For Designers No.14

The Art Of Busy by Gemma Germains   Reputations: Massimo Vignelli by R. Roger Remington Eric Gill Got It Wrong; A Re-evaluation Of Gill Sans by Ben Archer   Grids From Typography by 1910

In today’s pick Gemma Germains explores the preoccupation designers have with being perceived as busy, R. Roger Remington looks at Modernist designer Massimo Vignelli’s lasting reputation for Eye, Ben Archer re-evaluates Eric Gill’s sans-serif typeface Gill Sans, and Swedish design studio 1910 writes about their grid-based approach to type layout.

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This Week on BP&O No.15

Posted: January 17th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on This Week on BP&O No.15

Logo, stationery and website design for Brae by Studio Round   Logo, stationery and website design for Haverstock by Spy Logo and stationery design for Peter Ahrens by Studio Jubilee  Logo, stationery and website design for Kinetica by Face

This week on BP&O I reviewed Australian design agency Round’s brand identity and print work for restaurant Brae, Spy’s solution for architecture firm Haverstock, Studio Jubilee’s logo-type and stationery for photographer Peter Ahrens, Studio h’s packaging for organic raw food brand Inspiral and I updated my review of Face’s work for Kinetica with a bunch of new images.

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Articles For Designers No.13

Posted: January 13th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Articles For Designers, Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on Articles For Designers No.13

Bob Gill Interview by Design Matters with Debbie Millman   The Designer’s Guide To Logo Design - Studio Ed It's Only A Manner Of Time Before The Design Bubble Bursts by Lucas Verweij  At Home With Erik Spiekermann by Font Font

In today’s pick Debbie Millman interviews designer, illustrator, copywriter and film-maker Bob Gill for her series Design Matters, Karoshi, Designers Anonymous and Toko amongst others offer their advice on contemporary logo design for Design Survival, Lucas Verweij explains why he thinks that it is only a matter of time before the design bubble bursts, and Erik Spiekermann talks with Font Font about printing presses, his most hated typefaces and what led him to become a typomaniac.

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This Week on BP&O No.14

Posted: January 10th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on This Week on BP&O No.14

Logo, stationery and website design for Intu by Heydays Intu by Heydays   Branding and packaging for Seafood Kitchen by Co Partnership Packaging for Olive & Sesame Oil by Lo Siento   Branding and packaging for Maréna Beauté by We Are Bold

This week on BP&O I reviewed Norwegian design agency Heyday’s brand identity and print work for accounting and consultation firm Intu, Co Partnerships solution for Seafood Kitchen, LoSiento’s packaging for Olis Bargalló‘s new Olive & Sesame Oil, and Bold’s work for new Swedish cosmetics brand Maréna Beauté.

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Articles For Designers No.12

Posted: January 6th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Articles For Designers, Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on Articles For Designers No.12

We Dont Need New Fonts by Peter Biľak   We Could Really Do With 50k by John Scarrott The Value Of Design by Tim Burley   Can Simple Package Design Be Missing The Mark by Ted Mininni

In today’s pick Peter Biľak discusses the idea that we don’t need any new fonts, John Scarrot explores the temptation to take on big projects at a cut price, Tim Burley of design studio Believe In looks at the value of design, and Ted Mininni asks whether simple packaging solutions are missing the mark.

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