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Seed House Stationers

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 »

Client: Mushaboom

Jessica Burke Photography Stationery

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


April 25, 2012

Mariela Perez-Ralston is an amazing baker. We’ve had the pleasure of taste testing many of her, her Grandmother’s, and her Great-grandmother’s recipes and are always left extremely satisfied and wanting more! Mariela, who is originally from Puerto Rico,¬†came to us to design a logo for her inspired baked goods. We designed the logo for Dulcella to be reflective of her heritage, her attention to detail and her general love of baking for others. Our favorite part of the logo is the simplified illustration of a guava, an ingredient found often in her sweet treats. Yum!

Client: Dulcella

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PGA Championship Invitation

April 19, 2012

In August, Kiawah Island Golf Resort will host the world’s best golfers, on American’s toughest course, in America’s best destination, Charleston, South Carolina. The Charleston Regional Development Alliance came to us to design an invitation to top executives of companies from around the world to come experience the PGA Championship and all that Charleston has to offer. We curated a collection of unique items produced in the Charleston region. The sampling of products serve as a representation of the region’s benefits in business and in lifestyle. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Charleston Regional Development Alliance

HOW Your Best Work Awards: Small-firm Category Winner

April 11, 2012

HOW Magazine put out a call for entries to design firms across the country asking to see their best work from the last two years. They chose one small design firm and one large firm to feature. Stitch was awarded the winning spot in the small design firm category! Thank you to HOW Magazine and Carmen Sechrist for a wonderful article – we’re beyond flattered and thrilled. And special thanks to Peter Frank Edwards for the amazing photos of our space and Gately Williams for the image of Courtney and Amy.

Client: Stitch Design Co.

Kathryn Whyte

April 9, 2012

We’re so pleased to officially announce Kathryn Whyte as the newest member of the Stitch team. Kathryn immediately caught our attention when she applied for the designer position posted on our blog at the first of this year (see more of her work here). Her work is sophisticated, whimsical and polished, and we thought she would be a wonderful compliment to Stitch. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Stitch Design Co.


March 26, 2012

Veronica Scott is the talented designer behind VEE, a collection of women’s clothing designed and produced in California. Her Spring 2012 line is made up of classic silhouettes paired with quirky prints in a dreamy color palette. That unique pairing was the inspiration behind the branding for VEE. For the logo, we paired a classic “V” typface with a hummingbird wing (hummingbirds are one of Veronica’s favorite things) and took a cue from her lovely prints while developing her color palette.

Client: Vee

Callie’s Biscuits New Packaging

March 22, 2012

Our favorite southern biscuits just got a new look! Carrie of Callie’s Biscuits came ti us looking for a way to elevate her made-by-hand biscuits on the shelf as well as find a way to quickly identify the different biscuit varieties the company has to offer. Each custom kraft box utilizes a small illustration that acts as the biscuit variety identifier. Kraft paper, classic type, and whimsical illustrations help to convey Carrie’s commitment to her hand-made process and quality of her ingredients. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Callie's Charleston Biscuits

Communication Arts Interactive Annual – Exhibit

March 20, 2012

Just got the Interactive Annual from Communication Arts today and excited to see Rewined Candles featured in Exhibit. We can’t wait to pour over the amazing sites featured in this years annual.

Client: Rewined Candles