Jane Pope Jewelry

October 13, 2015

We just completed the design and development of Jane Pope Jewelry‘s new site. We designed the site to be visually impactful and user focused making it easy to navigate, purchase and view her beautiful work.

Client: Jane Pope Cooper

Wildsam Brooklyn

October 6, 2015

Always a pleasure to layout another field guide for Wildsam. Brooklyn is the latest in their series of bespoke city guides. Excited to work on our hometown next…Charleston!

Photographs courtesy of wilsdam.com

Illustrated by Lauren Tamaki

Client: Taylor Bruce

Rewined Soap Packaging

September 30, 2015

Rewined is now introducing a new products to complement their well known candles. We designed packaging for their collection of subtly scented soaps. The packaging pulls from the core design elements of the candle packaging to seamlessly connect this new product to the brand. Letterpressed wood veneer wraps, color coded wax seals and signatures on each bar are just a few of those details that make this brand so recognizable and special.

Client: Adam Fetsch

The Marina at Christophe Harbour

September 24, 2015

New print pieces for The Marina at Christophe Harbour. A contrast of white and navy paired with clean type and detailed printing techniques give these pieces a nautical, high touch aesthetic.

Client: Christophe Harbour Development Partners

Well + Wonder Artist Collective

September 22, 2015

Well + Wonder is a online gallery of southern art for those looking for a fresh perspective. It’s been a pleasure working with founder Mollie Creason from the beginning. From name creation, logo and brand development to website design and development, Well + Wonder was created to experience and collect art through fun, soul and without intimidation.

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Lowcountry Field Feast 2015

September 17, 2015

It’s that time of year again! The 2015 Lowcountry Field Feast invites are assembled and arriving at doorsteps this week. This year’s invite comes disguised as a kitchen towel. Our friends at Sideshow Press silkscreened and letterpressed these beauties. See invites from year’s past (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014). 

Client: Byrdhouse PR

The Market

September 15, 2015

New work for The Market, a new bespoke butchery and boutique gourmet shop located in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia.

Client: Mohammed Al Hindas

Congregation Coffee Roasters

September 11, 2015

Branding work for Congregation Coffee Roasters located in New Orleans.  Illustrated groupings of alligators (also known as a congregation) and additional coffee related graphic elements pair with clean nostalgic type to give this brand a playful and quirky style reflective of it’s New Orleans roots.

Client: Ian Barrilleaux and Eliot Guthrie

Everyday Industries

September 8, 2015

New brand development to share for Everyday Industries, a digital product design studio who partners with startups and established companies to create thoughtfully designed digital experiences for web and mobile applications. We took a bold, cleaver approach to typography complimented by a mark/symbol that works together or independent of the logotype. The goal was to create a symbol with modernity, style and personality that is every changing; it can take on a range of styles and reflect an array of textures, colors and personalities. The final solution is smart, approachable and memorable.

In addition to the physical, we worked with Thomas and Allison to develop their company messaging:

“We’re bringing delightful back. Everyday Industries is a full-service digital design studio that’s creating intuitive, approachable apps and digital products for some truly great startups and established companies. We’re problem-solvers and solution-finders, and we aim to partner with the best companies in the industry—every day.”

Client: Thomas and Allison Sall

We’re Hiring!

September 3, 2015

Stitch Design Co. is a small but growing graphic design firm who focuses on creating thoughtful design solutions for good people. We are a boutique branding agency whose clients include companies from various industries around the country and internationally. We believe in the power of good design, and we tap into the inspiration within our client’s companies in order to create an identity that reflects the core purpose of their business, expanding to print, web, packaging—as far as can be imagined. We offer our clients a high-touch and custom-fit approach. We enjoy collaboration and long-term relationships with our clients, creating everything from logotypes to identities to alluring websites—paying close attention to the small details along the way. Well-crafted brands and relationships are our top priority. We enjoy a collaborative work environment with our team members and our clients.

View the full job description and application instructions here.

Client: Stitch Design Co.