Selected by Richard Baird.
A continually updated gallery of graphic identity work and design for print, reviewed and published on BP&O, that feature fluorescent inks and boards. This post includes work by Bunch, Pentagram and Bond, and covers a variety of projects, from books and campaigns to branding and packaging. Highlights include Bunch’s balancing of past and present through colour and type, the cheerful personality delivered through a striking green for a book on Eero Aarnio by Bond and the colour language of activism employed by Paul Belford Ltd. Between them, these express how fluorescent inks and papers can be used to create drama, contrast and immediacy, deliver a conviviality and distinctiveness, and through restraint, elevate the often low-cost associations of fluorescents to that of the elegant and sophisticated.
Atlantic Theater 2018 – ’19 Season by Pentagram
REVOLT by Paul Belford Ltd.
Eero Aarnio by Bond
Basement Theatre by Studio Alexander
STRP Biennial by Raw Color
L’Heure du Cocktail by Spin
Shakespeare In The Park 2018 by Pentagram
ShopAround by Design by Toko
Center for the Study of Political Graphics by Blok
V&A Exhibition Road Quarter by dn&co.
Buk Seoul Museum of Art 2018 Season by Studio fnt
Galerija Kranjčar by Bunch
Sakki by Bond
Roger Burkhard by Lundgren+Lindqvist
University of the Arts Helsinki by Bond
Simon Pengelly by Spin
Casa Bonay by Mucho
Here East by dn&co.
Cult 20 Years, Event & Exhibition by Toko
Antenne Books by OK-RM
Tapped Birch Water by Horse
Latin American Design Festival by IS Creative Studio
The Counter Press
This post was published as a quick way to browse through BP&O’s content and get access to older but equally interesting projects through different themes, and expands on previous posts under the category The Best of BP&O. This series can be subscribed to here.