Bee’s Wrap is the new natural alternative to plastic wrap. You can simply seal it with the warmth of your hands. Wrap a sandwich, cheese, half a melon, or cover a bowl. Made with beeswax and cloth, we love the natural simplicity of this product. Bee’s Wrap hired us to come up with a packing system that was sustainable (like the product) and more visually appealing to the consumer. They were also was looking to simplify their labor costs without sacrifice to the visual appeal. Each available size was printed converted chipboard pouch using a color coding combination of two inks.
September 16, 2014
Proud and excited to have our work for Edmund’s Oast included in the integrated branding section of the 2014 Design Annual. Congratulations Edmund’s Oast and thank you to Communication Arts! See the work here, here, here and here.
Client: Rich Carley and Scott Shor
September 11, 2014
Invitations for the annual Field Feast event are arriving on doorsteps today. The featured chef this year is Kevin Johnson of The Grocery. He was nice enough to can some delicious chow chow for the invitation. He is well know for his canned goods, so we thought it would be the perfect introduction to the dinner he will be preparing for this years event. We can’t wait to feast again to benefit Lowcountry Local First.
Client: Annie Byrd
September 9, 2014
Poppies & Posies is a boutique floral design firm based in New York City & New England. We recently had the pleasure of helping Creative Director and Owner, Sierra Steifman rebrand her successful floral business. Sierra approaches each project with an enthusiastic attention to detail. Her seasonal flowers are arranged in a loose, garden-inspired style, complete with unexpected elements such as berries, fruits and vegetables. We took her same approach to the design of her new logo and graphic elements, hand illustrating each small detail that makes up her new mark and graphic details.
Client: Sierra Steifman
September 4, 2014
Proud Mary is a Global Exploration of Textiles. Proud Mary is one of our favorites brands so it was a treat to have the opportunity to work with Harper Poe on the re-brand. Harper had the idea for Proud Mary after returning from volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in South America. After falling in love with the people and brightly colored textiles she decided to combine her passions into a sustainable design business.
Client: Harper Poe
September 2, 2014
The art of Keeping. Hannah Bergen is a simple, low-tech, and lasting way for anyone to collect and document stories and information about a piece of furniture, art, tableware, or any sort of object. We designed the logo, identity and kit, helping to curate all the items needed to record, remember stories and memories associated with heirlooms.
From Hannah Bergen: Note-writing aunts and grandmothers in our family inspire us, never missing a chance to show us special objects in their homes. Framed photographs and wobbly candlestick holders each have stories—of travels, weddings, wars and loves.
Copywriting: Sandy Lang
Client: Hannah Bergen
August 28, 2014
Client: Cortney Bishop
August 26, 2014
A new simple and clean site for Byers Design Group.
Client: Byers Design Group
August 21, 2014
We have had the pleasure of meeting and now working with Wesley Verhoeve on his latest project One of Many. One of Many is a monthly series of photo essays about twelve American cities and their creative communities. We first met Wesley when he come by our studio to photograph and meet Stitch while visiting Charleston. He shared his project with us and we were inspired. (read more about One of Many). We collaborated on naming and creating a visual look for this inspiring project. Charleston is the first of 12 photo essays to be published. Be on the look out for Denver, CO – to be published September 23rd. He is an eloquent writer, photographer and person. It has truly been a pleasure getting to know him and work with him. Congratulations Wesley on the launch!
Photography by Wesley Verhoeve, One of Many
Client: Wesley Verhoeve