Articles For Designers No.63

Posted: November 30th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Articles For Designers, Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Articles For Designers No.63

Articles For Designers No.47

Articles for Designers No.63

Bowie, Barnbrook And The Blackstar Artwork
Ellsworth Kelly: ‘I Want To Live Another 15 Years’
Shouldn’t The Designer Of The Peace Symbol Be Commemorated?
Design Survival – Education

In this week’s picks, Creative Review interviews Jonathan Barnbrook, and asks about his work on David Bowie’s album The Blackstar, Guardian journalist Rachel Cooke spends time with artist Ellsworth Kelly, Ian Jacks writes about the enduring qualities of Gerard Holtom’s logo for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, and its reinterpretation following the attacks on Paris, and Design Survival draws together tips to help those that want to be designers to make the most of a formal design education.

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On BP&O No.103

Posted: November 25th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on On BP&O No.103

On BP&O No.103

Reviewed on BP&O No.103

Arrels by Hey
Tenderloin Museum by Mucho
Mita by Moniker
Bearleader by The Studio
Menus — The Best of BP&O

Last week on BP&O I reviewed Hey’s brand identity for Spanish shoe brand Arrels, Mucho’s brand identity for San Francisco’s Tenderloin Museum, Moniker’s packaging for Columbian, artisanal, bean to bar chocolate business Mita and The Studio’s logotype, editorial work and business cards for online lifestyle magazine Bearleader. I also pulled together a post of interesting menu design work published on BP&O.

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On BP&O No.102

Posted: November 18th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on On BP&O No.102

On BP&O No.102

Reviewed on BP&O No.102

Naughty But Rice by Robot Food
Bronuts by One Plus One Design
Moomin Shop by Bond
The Hugo by Studio Brave
The Best of BP&O — Sign Design

Last week on BP&O I reviewed Robot Food’s packaging for Naughty But Rice, One Plus One’s visual identity for Bronuts, Bond’s typography and brand guidelines for Moomins and Studio Brave’s brand identity for property development The Hugo. I also pulled together a post of some the most interesting sign design and way finding  work published on BP&O.

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Articles For Designers No.62

Posted: November 16th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Articles For Designers, Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Articles For Designers No.62

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Articles for Designers No.62

Designer Profile: Peter Saville
Tracing The Art Of New Order In 10 Iconic Record Sleeves
Google Design Turns To Print For Span 2015 Talks
Design Survival – Designing for the Web

In this week’s picks, London’s Design Museum profiles British designer Peter Seville, The Vinyl Factory traces the art of New Order, Creative Review looks at the release of SPAN, a printed retrospective of Googles SPAN 2015 talks, and Design Survival draws together tips to help new designers create for the web.

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On BP&O No.101

Posted: November 11th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on On BP&O No.101

On BP&O No.101

Reviewed on BP&O No.101

Bottura by Foreign Policy
Johnny Roxburgh by Bunch
Mamen Diego by Atipo
Bier Bier by Tsto
The Best of BP&O — October 2015

Last week on BP&O I reviewed Foreign Policy’s work for Singapore based Italian restaurant Bottura, Bunch’s visual identity for entertainer and party architect Johnny Roxburgh, Atipo’s logotype, stationery and brochure for interior and architecture studio Mamen Diego and Tsto’s work for Helsinki beer bar Bier Bier. I also pulled together a post of some the most interesting brand identity and packaging design work published on BP&O during October.

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Articles For Designers No.61

Posted: November 9th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Articles For Designers, Blog | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Articles For Designers No.61

Articles For Designers No.47

Articles for Designers No.61

FS Brabo – An Audacious Undertaking
Audio: Design Matters: Michael Bierut
What Designers Need To Know About Copyright Ownership
Design Survival – Packaging

In this week’s picks, Fontsmith provides insight into the development of their four weight typeface Brabo designed by Fernando Mello, Debbie Millman talks to Michael Bierut, Desktop asks what do designers need to know about copyright ownership, and Design Survival draws together tips to help new designers understand and work with packaging.

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On BP&O No.100

Posted: November 3rd, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on On BP&O No.100

On BP&O No.100

Reviewed on BP&O No.100

The Hyundai Department Store by Studio fnt
Tapped Birch Water by Horse
Park Distillery by Glasfurd & Walker
The Best of BP&O — Brochures No.4

Last week on BP&O I reviewed Studio fnt’s brand identity for South Korean department store The Hyundai, Horse’s packaging for Tapped Birch Water, Glasfurd & Walker’s brand identity for Park Distillery and I pulled together a post of some the most interesting brochures published on BP&O.

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Articles For Designers No.60

Posted: November 2nd, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Articles For Designers, Blog | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Articles For Designers No.60

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Articles for Designers No.60

The 1960s: Dawn Of Graphic Design
Biography: Colin Forbes
Process Insight: Wildlife Conservation Society by Pentagram
Design Survival – Improving

In this week’s picks, AGI looks at the rise of graphic design in the 60’s, AIGA covers the life of Pentagram and AIGA founder Colin Forbes, Pentagram offers insight into their work for the Wildlife Conservation Society, and Design Survival draws together tips to help new designers improve.

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