You’d be forgiven for suggesting that we post too much of Bureau Borsche’s work on the site, that we think they’re the bees knees and are blinded by the variety, quality and quantity of their work to the point that more or less every project produced has us gazing wide-eyed like small children on bonfire night, emitting hushed “Ooooohs” from our barely parted lips. But even if that’s true, we don’t care. We’re pleased as punch to be gazing at that display of fireworks and we’re pretty sure that each one is more dazzling than the last.
Here’s more proof of their pyrotechnic excellence; recent work for Super Paper, a monthly bit of newsprint dedicated to the music, art and culture scene of Munich. Notice any deterioration in quality owing to the small budget and prohibitive deadlines of such a low-key project? Nope, thought not. And that’s why we’re going to keep staring. “Aaaaaaahhhh.”
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