Archive for March, 2011

Matt and Ted Lee

March 25, 2011

The Lee Bros. came to Stitch several months ago to design this ┬álogo which appears on their new line of kitchen ware. The Lee’s line ranges from a 12-piece canning kit to a 19-quart steamer pot with pigot. The new line is manufactured by Graniteware in Terre Haute, Ind., and is the last enamel-on-steel factory in the continental United States. The new line will debut this weekend during an HSN tv event presented by Bon Appetit. Segments will air at 3 a.m., 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sunday. Congratulations Matt and Ted! We love your new vintage inspired pieces.

Client: The Lee Bros.

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Legends Magazine Volume 22

March 24, 2011

For it’s 22nd issue, Legends Magazine approached Stitch for a redesign and offered us the opportunity to put the entire magazine together. We jumped at the chance to work with them on this incredible opportunity. Legends is an annual publication published by Kiawah Development Partners and has a long standing history of working with amazing writers and photographers. We redesigned the core pages of the magazine, re-evaluated the over all size and designed many of the interior article layouts. After many months of hard work and 220 pages of content the magazine is complete. Go here to see more pictures.

Client: Kiawah Development Partners

Beach Bound

March 21, 2011

With spring here and beach season on the horizon, we thought we’d share these adorable boy shorts from our client Marysia Swim. Recently we worked with Marysia on these new tags for her bumby line and this custom wrapped box. I ordered these shorts for my son Otto and was thrilled to receive the packaging, as we had designed, it in the mail.

Client: Marysia Swim

King Bean Retail Packaging

March 17, 2011

King Bean is a small batch roasting company located here in Charleston, SC. For the past 17 years, they have been experts in roasting coffee for restaurants and are now taking their fresh, locally roasted coffee to the retail world. After recently rebranding King Bean, we were excited to work on this new venture with them. The bags are one color silkscreen printed, customizable labels.

Client: King Bean Coffee

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