Hannah Bergen Wedding Box

November 23, 2015

It’s always a pleasure when we have the opportunity to continue to help our clients develop new product. The newest addition from Hannah Bergen is their Wedding Box. This new heirloom box holds everything needed to record and preserve wedding memories. Soft grays, golds and whites distinguish this box and fit seamlessly with any wedding color way.


Client: Daryl and Gilyn

Chapel Hill Press

November 17, 2015

New work for a boutique self-publishing house out of Chapel Hill North Carolina. The goal was to rebrand Chapel Hill Press to visually reflect their passion for preserving the time-honored techniques and traditions of publishing.

Client: Chapel Hill Press

Garden & Gun Jubilee Poster 2015

November 12, 2015

We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate with Garden & Gun again this year on the Jubilee. Using an antique etching of sweet grass we created a flowing continuous pattern with an overlay of a neon orange brush stroke.

Client: Garden & Gun Magazine

Kindred Skincare Co.

November 5, 2015

Kindred Skincare Co. is a new organic skin care line specializing in oil cleansing. Frances got started by creating her own skin care for family and friends. These roots in family was the center of our name generation. Building off the simple nature of the product, we developed the branding to be clean and natural in aesthetic while using (family) crest imagery to tie it all together.

Client: Frances Thrasher

Jack Erwin + Wildsam NYC Walking Map – Tribeca

November 2, 2015

Tribeca is the first of five NYC walking maps created for Wildsam in collaboration with Jack Erwin. As part of this project, we researched and developed a distinct map aesthetic and approach for this series. With points of interest and “special spots” along the way, this map is the perfect compliment for your next neighborhood walk. And to top it all off, there is a timeline and artfully done black and white illustrations throughout the piece. We’re thrilled with the outcome and can’t wait to share #2 soon!

Client: Wildsam

Liberty Warehouse

October 29, 2015

Liberty Warehouse is a historic urban mixed use community currently under construction in downtown Durham, North Carolina. We created the logo using found type from the original historic structure. Also once a textile mill, we developed graphic elements based on that heritage.

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Alesya Bags

October 22, 2015

We recently had the pleasure of reinventing a brand we developed several years ago. Coinciding with the redesign of her signature bag and introduction of complementing products, we redesigned and developed Alesya Bags website. With a more concise and focus target audience, we designed the site to speak to directly to that personality. Congratulations Alesya!

Client: Alesya Opelt

Palermo Body

October 20, 2015

Palermo Body is a collection of natural skin care products made by hand in small batches by Jessica Morelli. Each product is consciously formulated by choosing every ingredient with purpose, and mindfulness of its benefits to your skin and effect on the environment.

We designed the brand and the packaging with that same philosophy in mind — with purpose and simplicity.

Client: Jessica Moreilli

Nutty Goodness

October 15, 2015

Nutty Goodness fruit bites are without GMOs, wheat, dairy, gluten or any added sugars. They engaged Stitch to evaluate their identity and packaging system (see original logo at the bottom of the post). We worked closely with them to update the logo and color palette. We also illustrated a series of fruits and nuts to be used as graphic elements through out the brand and on the packaging solution. The bold color palette was designed to be reflective of the new flavor profiles soon to be introduced to the market.

Client: Walker Brock and Ben Ludzker

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