Archive for the ‘Blog’ Category

Movable Type

January 24, 2012

is coming to Charleston. Our sister company, Sideshow Press invites you to join us in welcoming the type-truck to town. Come see a fully functional letterpress print shop built into the back of a converted 1982 Chevy Step van. Come and try your hand at letterpress by printing a collaborative print on the type-truck and on Sideshow’s presses. We hope to see you out at the studio on February 9th from 5 – 8pm. Learn more about Movable Type, Kyle and her type-truck here.

Client: Sideshow Press

Spoleto Festival USA 2012

January 23, 2012

2012 is going to be another amazing festival year for Spoleto. The ticket brochure is full of performances we can’t wait to see. The Rebirth Brass Band, Alvin Ailey and Hay Fever by The Gate Theater are among the many. It was a pleasure to design the ticket brochure again this year. We used imagery from the preformances as well as the from the talented local photographer Doug Hickock. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Spoleto Festival USA

Unmatched

January 15, 2012

We just completed this self-promo for one of our favorite writers and people, Sandy Lang. Sandy came to us with the great idea to create tiny note books housed in match books. We love how this promo not only showcases her talent, but also her love for all things tiny. Each match book was packaged in a patterned envelope along with a tiny orange pencil. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Sandy Lang

Marni Pictures

January 5, 2012

Marni is a nationally-known wedding and portrait photographer based in Charleston. She came to us with an existing logo which we worked with to design her site. We designed her site to be reflective of her artistic approach – a story-teller who captures candid moments with depth, personality, whimsy and beauty. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Marni Pictures

Wanted: Designer

January 2, 2012

Stitch Design Co. is seeking a smart, creative and talented designer. We are a small design firm who values the process, materials and a thoughtful design approach. We are seeking an individual who finds inspiration in and shares these similar design values. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Stitch Design Co.

Dom Demarcos

December 13, 2011

Di Fara Pizza on Avenue J in Brooklyn has been making award-winning handcrafted pizzas since 1964. Stitch was excited to recently be a part of taking those mouthwatering pizzas West to Las Vegas. We helped refresh their existing brand and broaden its graphic reach. In addition to the menu design, we created a series of rubber stamps for use on restaurant materials. You’ll see these stamp on any and everything from pizza boxes to wine tags to the menus themselves. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Dom Demarco's

Press Mentions – Schermer Pecans

December 12, 2011

Congratulations to Schermer Pecans! Our favorite pecan company is mentioned this month in both Saveur and Town & Country magazines. We are excited to see the updated branding and packaging Stitch created for them in collaboration with our talented partners in this project,¬†Leapfrog Public Relations. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Schermer Pecans

Pattern Design – Part Two

November 30, 2011

More patterns to share. Enjoy!

Client: Various

PRINT Regional Design Annual – Biggest Winners!

November 15, 2011

We still can’t believe our eyes! Stitch was listed as one of 9 “Biggest Winners” in the 31st Print Regional Design Annual. ¬†Needless to say, we’re thrilled and flattered. To see our name in the company of some of the biggest names in the biz is… well… crazy!

Pentagram Design (11), Design Army (9), Adult Swim (5), Anthropologie (5), Sagmeister Inc. (5), Stitch Design Co. (5), The University of Chicago Press (5), Visual Arts Press (5), Others (371)

Logo Process

November 10, 2011

These collection of marks are from the initial round of logos we recently shared with jewelry designer Lauren Holmes of Two Blue Stripes. Lauren gave us some great feedback based on these directions and we’re back to work refining and further exploring these initial thoughts. Stay tuned, we’ll share the final solution soon!

Client: Two Blue Stripes