On BP&O No.179

Posted: July 31st, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on On BP&O No.179

Reviewed on BP&O No.179

Omakase Room by Tatsu by Savvy
The Living Food by Francesc Moret Studio
High Street Wine Co. by Conductor
Bundlelist by Bunch
Old Spike Coffee by Commission Studio
January Moon by Perky Bros

Over the last couple of weeks I reviewed a bunch of new projects for BP&O. These included Savvy’s work for restaurant Omakase Room, Francesc Moret Studio’s packaging for Living Food’s range of vegan cheeses, Commission Studio’s packaging for coffee roastery Old Spike, and Perky Bros visual identity for January Moon.

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On BP&O No.178

Posted: July 24th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on On BP&O No.178

On BP&O No.178

Reviewed on BP&O No.178

Carlsberg Black Gold by Kontrapunkt
Kosmopolis by Hey
Pepe Raventós Natural Wines by Mucho
Don Alonso de Suquía by Bermudez, Porta & Casasus

Last week on BP&O I reviewed Kontrapunkt’s packaging for Carlsberg’s Black Gold, Hey’s visual identity for literature festival Kosmopolis, Mucho’s labels for vintner Pepe Raventós natural wines, and Bermudez, Casasus & Porta’s limited edition book cover for A. Lozano Rodríguez’s novella Don Alonso de Suquía.

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On BP&O No.177

Posted: July 3rd, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: Blog, Resources For Designers | Tags: , , , , , , , | Comments Off on On BP&O No.177

Reviewed on BP&O No.177

Highlights by Studio fnt
Kristin Jarmund Architects by Snøhetta
Best of BP&O – June 2017
BP&O Collections — Material Thinking

Last week on BP&O I reviewed Studio fnt’s visual identity for art exhibition Highlights at SeMA and Snøhetta’s visual identity for Kristin Jarmund Architects. I also pulled together a post on some of the best new work published in June, and created a post on visual identity and packaging design projects with a strong and conceptually driven material component as part of BP&O’s ongoing collections series.

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