December 16, 2014
Evoking the bygone era of Old-World New Orleans, Balise is a new restaurant set in a 19th century Creole townhouse, featuring a Louisiana-focused menu created by Chef Justin Devillier (James Beard finalist for Best Chef: South in 2012, 2013, and 2014). The name Balise is derived from the first settlement at the mouth of the Mississippi River’s Birdfoot Delta, which controlled commerce coming from the Gulf of Mexico to New France.
The origin of the restaurant’s name served as inspiration for the initial brand development. Eccentric elements, coupled with New Orlean’s culturally rich past is reflective in the graphic details, hand-rendered type and color palette. We’re currently working with Justin and Mia on the printed materials and digital presence, which will launch in January.
Client: Justin and Mia Devillier
December 11, 2014
We’re excited to share this new packaging project for Creatures & Features by Neve / Hawk. Creatures & Features is easy peasy, lemon squeezy.
1. Cut out the features.
2. Iron on your features.
3. Rock your creation!
This project was a true collaboration between Stitch and the client, Bob and Kris of Neve / Hawk. They provided us a range of hand drawn illustrations and we put it all together in a fun package complete with custom printed and constructed die-cut box, silkscreened monster tee and printed tyveck envelope with iron-on features. We love the creativity and personality behind this product. View all the adorable creations here.
Client: Bob and Kris Galmarini
December 9, 2014
Perfectly styled and shot photography from Sully Sullivan for Haus Candles.
Client: Nina Freudenberger
December 4, 2014
New work for a Vietnamese kitchen opening this Spring in New Orleans. Dine-in or take-out with traditional banh mi, buns, soups, salads and more. We can’t wait to try it out in person!
Client: Kim Nguyen
December 1, 2014
Hannah Bergen is now online. Congratulations, it was another lovely collaboration!
Client: Daryl and Gilyn
November 24, 2014
Client: Stitch Design Co.
November 20, 2014
After a brand update for Biscotti Brothers, we got started on the re-design and update of their packaging. The first product to receive the new look is their delicious biscottini products. We applied the new branding to a color coded system of uncoated labels printed with metallic ink and spot varnish. We applied the spot varnish to specific areas of the design to add depth and dimension. We’re working on more of their product offerings now and are looking forward to sharing more soon!
Client: Gerry Bennett
November 13, 2014
Last weekend, we got out and about during YALLFest and snapped a few shots of our work in action. Congratulations on another successful and growing festival!
Client: Jonathan Sanchez
November 6, 2014
The mayor of Charleston, Joe Riley, Jr. created the Civic Design Center in 2001, which was renamed in 2014 as Design Division. Design Division is a division of the City of Charleston Department of Planning, Preservation and Sustainability. Design Division is the City’s in-house design studio. In addition, it is their mission to cultivate design excellence in the community and set expectations for the City’s development. As residents of Charleston and believers in design, this project was particularly rewarding to work on. It was a pleasure working with the director, Jacob Lindsey and his team on this project. We consulted on the renaming of the division, redesigned the logo and created a guideline of brand standards for their in-house department. Take a look at some of the many projects they are working on for the betterment of Charleston.
Client: The City of Charleston
November 5, 2014
A bold yet sophisticated stationery package for The Campbell Foundation. The Campbell Foundation was established in 1998 to improve the conditions of America’s largest and most ecologically diverse and productive estuary systems: the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays. In 2003, the geographic focus was expanded to to include Northern California and the San Francisco Bay watershed.
The stationery packaged was produced using both offset and letterpress printing techniques. The suite included business cards, letterhead, personalized notecards and matching envelopes.
Client: Samantha Campbell