The street banners for Spoleto Festival USA are up and we can safely say that they are officially the largest pieces of print we’ve ever designed. 200 feet of color blocking along Meeting Street and 1,806 square feet on upper King Street. Spoleto is one of our favorite times of year, they truly do make everything more beautiful! Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for May, 2012
May 29, 2012
Very excited to see our Fresh profile up today on Communication Arts. See the full profile here. Quite an honor. Thank you CA!
Client: Stitch Design Co.
May 23, 2012
Shauna and Stephen are the husband and wife team behind Something’s Hiding in Here, Forage Haberdashery and now Seed House Stationers. Seed House was born out of the idea that their handmade tokens of affection could be the seeds of correspondences for others. We were thrilled to work with them on the branding for this exciting new stationery company. Read the rest of this entry »
Client: Seed House Stationers
May 18, 2012
Mushaboom is a vegan burger truck which can be seen traveling around the South Florida coast. Kristina and Nicole, long time friends and recent college graduates, were fed up with the lack of vegan and vegetarian options in South Florida and came to Stitch to help give their great idea a visual voice. All of their burgers are handmade and fresh, using no frozen or boxed ingredients. We designed their logo and branding to feel fresh, youthful and fun. Read the rest of this entry »
May 11, 2012
More fun branded pieces to share for Jessica Burke. Her stationery package, like her website, is whimsical, youthful and full of personality. Alternating patterns on business cards and envelope liners contrast the simple type and layouts of her materials. We also designed small kraft tags which Jessica uses to customize her notecards with conversational phrases like “Hello There” and “Congrats!”. Read the rest of this entry »
Client: Jessica Burke Photography