Archive for June, 2009

New Studio Space

June 26, 2009

Over the past several weeks, we’ve been busy packing and purging. We’ll be officially moved in on July 1. There has been lots of activity happening over at No. 9 Cannon over the past several months and we think our new home is shaping up quite nicely. Please stop by, check out our new studio and say hello.

Client: Stitch Design Co.

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CANVAS Hair Salon

June 26, 2009

We just could not resist, with a name like CANVAS for a hair salon…a real “hair” brush was just the right solution. We used a mixture of paper colors and textures through out all the pieces to give the salon that eclectic feel that the owners were looking for.

Client: Canvas Hair Salon


Gayle Brooker

June 25, 2009

All of the pieces for Gayle Brooker’s stationery package arrived today. Gayle is a photographer who came to us this winter with lots of inspiring ideas. Using layered painted dots and hand-drawn branches, we worked together to created her logo and identity materials. After all the pieces were printed, we went back and letterpressed Gayle’s name to add a little texture.

Client: Gayle Brooker

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Van Jean

June 25, 2009

The girls at Van Jean in Columbia, SC approached us about revamping their website earlier this spring. We had the chance to work with Brie Williams, who took some great shots of the space. Check out the full site at

Client: Van Jean

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Wild Hair Press

June 25, 2009

“For local folk who like to send a little bit of Charleston to those less fortunate than themselves, and people “from off” who seek fresh, colorful, authentic Charleston gifts to take back home.” – Wild Hair Press

Along with the ladies of Wild Hair Press (Karen Bacot and Joanne Stemple) we created a series of posters depicting famous Charleston scenes and a line of gift wrap and gift tags. Charleston now has her very own toile!

Client: Wild Hair Press

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June 25, 2009

Last week, Pearl, a beautifully designed clothing boutique, finally opened its doors. We worked with Allison, who named the store after her grandmother, to develop the logo, printed materials, bags, tags and website (which should be up soon!). The blind embossed logo and letterpresed type turned out great. Feels so good!

Client: Pearl

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June 25, 2009

This spring, Chef Fred Neuville opened Wild Olive, Cucina Italina. We were excited to finally be able to use printed packing tape. We created a system that allowed Fred to apply the tape to pretty much anything.

Client: Wild Olive, Cucina Italina