Here’s another bold new graphic dog bed from Harry Barker. We carefully illustrated the wide range of dog breeds represented in this new pattern. It was not an easy pattern to master the repeat, but we were able to move the dogs around until the pattern fit perfectly. We made sure to include the Stitch dogs, Molly (German Shorthaired Pointer) and Bessie (Black Lab), in the final pattern.
Archive for June, 2010
June 21, 2010
Just back from the printer are these business cards for the folks at FIG restaurant. Printed on eggplant paper with orange and off-white foil, these cards almost capture of the warmth you experience while eating at FIG.
Client: FIG Restaurant
June 15, 2010
Impressive: Printmaking, Letterpress & Graphic Design arrived in the mail yesterday. With a bold blue cover and and vibrant images inside, we keep finding ourselves diving into the pages filled with beautiful work. Stitch and our sister company, Sideshow Press are both represented. We’re flattered to be among such a talented collection of companies and work. Look for Stitch Design Co. and Sideshow Press near the front on pages 6-7 and 12-13.
June 14, 2010
Some of the best things in the world are made in the South. And the editors of Garden & Gun magazine want to know about more of them.
Last week, the magazine launched the first-ever Made in the South Awards, a celebration of Southern craftsmanship and ingenuity. Whether you’ve just rolled out a new packaged barbecue sauce or you’ve been making bamboo fly rods for years, this is the perfect opportunity to showcase your goods. Anyone whose product or small business is based in the South may enter one of the five categories: Food, Home, Style, Sporting, and Ect.
Five finalists will appear in the December/January issue and one lucky overall winner will travel to Charleston, South Carolina, to receive a free consultation from Stitch and Leapfrog Public Relations. We’re thrilled to be involved and to see the range of creativity and products that are sure to enter. We’re also looking forward to sitting down with the winner and consulting with them on their brand – one of our favorite things to do!
Client: Garden & Gun Magazine