New Business Cards 2016

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New Business Cards 2016. British freelance designer Richard Baird.

Printed by Cerovski on Arjowiggins’ Pop’Set Californian Blue, Sunshine Yellow and Oyster, featuring Suisse Int’l by Swiss Typefaces and kindly photographed by Redwan El-Harrak.


Articles For Designers No.94

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Articles For Designers No.47

Articles for Designers No.94

7 Ways To Sell Design To Your Clients
The Pictograms Of The Olympics 1964 – 2016
Isn’t It Time For The Olympics Brand To Be More Open?

Design Survival – Building A Portfolio

In this week’s picks John Scarrott writes for Design Week on how a softer sell with clients goes a long way, ouikipedia pulls together a comprehensive guide to the pictograms of the Olympics between 1964 and 2016, Rob Coke asks whether it is time that the Olympic brand be more open for Design Week, and Design Survival offers some advice on building and managing a portfolio.

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On BP&O No.137

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On BP&O No.137

Reviewed on BP&O No.137

Kimksi by Franklyn
David Rowland by ico Design
Mister by Brief
Meg’s Tailoring by Studio South
Best Awards Finalists 2016

Last week on BP&O I reviewed Franklin’s brand identity for Polish-Korean restaurant Kimski, ico Designs’s work for photographer David Rowland, Brief’s brand identity for Mister and Studio South’s collaboration with Meg’s Tailoring. To celebrate the announcement of this year’s Best Awards finalists also I pulled together a post of those projects reviewed on BP&O and up for an award in October.

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Articles For Designers No.93

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Articles For Designers No.47

Articles for Designers No.93

Passing The Torch
Craft Beer Branding Guide
In Praise Of Slow Design

Design Survival – Social Networks

In this week’s picks Jessica Helfand and Michael Bierut talk about Olympic design and designers, design studio CODO publish an extensive guide to craft beer branding, Design Observer reposts Michael Beirut’s article on slow design from 2006, and Design Survival offers some advice on using social networks.

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On BP&O No.136

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On BP&O No.136

Reviewed on BP&O No.136

The International by Studio South
The True Honey Co. by Marx Design
Sommos by Mucho
From The Readers No.5
The Best of BP&O — July 2016

Last week on BP&O I reviewed Studio South’s brand identity for luxury property development The International, Marx Design’s brand identity and packaging for The True Honey Company and Mucho’s work for Dutch wine experts and subscription service Sommos. I also pulled together a post of projects sent over by BP&O readers during the week and took a look back at the work of July.

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Articles For Designers No.92

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Articles For Designers No.47

Articles for Designers No.92

Logocentrism
Five Museums With Great Graphic Identities
The Font Of Stranger Things

Design Survival – Logo Design

In this week’s picks Jessica Helfand explores the logo-centricity of the mid-twentieth century and in particular, the work of Paul Rand, Koto co-founder and creative director James Greenfield picks his favourite five museum and gallery graphic identities from around the world for Creative Review, Telegraph journalist Alice Vincent looks at the fonts of the 80s, and Design Survival offers some advice on logo design.

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On BP&O No.135

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On BP&O No.135

Reviewed on BP&O No.135

Linden Staub by Bibliothèque
OTHR by Franklyn
Embla by A Friend Of Mine
Smithey Ironware Company by Stitch
From The Readers No.4

Last week on BP&O I reviewed Bibliothèque’s brand identity for UK model agency Linden Staub, Franklyn’s brand identity and packaging for OTHR, A Friend Of Mine’s work for restaurant Embla which included a custom typeface, and Stitch’s logo, tags and labels for Charleston ironware business Smithey. I also pulled together a post of projects sent over by BP&O readers during the week.

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On BP&O No.134

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On BP&O No.134

Reviewed on BP&O No.134

Rattis Books by The Counter Press
Giant by Also Design
Landhaus Keller by Seite Zwei
Paley by Mucca
The Best of BP&O — From Spain
From The Readers No.3

Last week on BP&O I reviewed the work The Counter Press’ did for independent publisher Rattis Books, Also Design’s brand identity for small Chicago restaurant Giant, Seite Zwei’s work for Swiss restaurant Landhaus Keller, and Mucca’s visual identity for Paley. I also pulled together a post of projects sent over by BP&O readers during the week and another post on some of the most compelling packaging and brand identity design work from Spain.

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