Archive for the ‘Print’ Category

The Campbell Foundation

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

Fresh from the Buttery

October 14, 2014

A new brochure for Callie’s Charleston Biscuits.

Client: Callie's Charleston Hot Little Biscuit

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Lucy Cuneo Photography Identity

September 30, 2014

New work for Lucy Cuneo, a photographer based in Charleston. She takes an artist’s approach to her photography using film and natural light. We have had a lovely time creating a logo and identity for her growing business. More loveliness and projects in the works for this sweet and talented photographer to share soon!

Client: Lucy Cuneo

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Garden & Gun Jubilee

September 23, 2014

The 2014 Jubilee poster has arrived and is another successful collaboration with Garden & Gun. We are thrilled with the outcome. Special thanks to our friends at The Half and Half who did a beautiful job silkscreening this piece for us.

The tickets are on sale and now through the end of September everyone using promo code POSTER will receive one of these for each ticket purchased. 

Client: Garden & Gun

Falls Legal Branding and Stationery

August 19, 2014

A fresh new logo and identity for Falls Legal.

Client: J. Scott Falls

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Wildsam Detroit

July 21, 2014

“For many, the mere mention of Detroit conjures a kind of shock and awe. Newspaper headlines of bankruptcy and scandal. Visions of a city in decline, wrestling with urban blight and crippling poverty. For those able to wade through that noise, there is also the memory’s call of heyday: Berry Gordy’s Motown tunes that would become American anthems. An automotive juggernaut that turned the city into the nation’s roaring assembly line. The “Paris of the Midwest” with grand boulevards and skyscrapers and Belle Isle and street after street of stately mansions.” –

Congratulations on the launch of Detroit – we’re thrilled to be a part of Wildsam.  Photography by: Kate LaSeuer

Client: Wildsam Field Guides

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Fritz Porter

July 1, 2014

Client: Sarah Hamlin Hastings

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For All Surface Play

June 24, 2014

Excited to share the newest grouping of products now available from Sideshow Press, our sister company. The 2014 collection is a type-driven, clubby classic built on pressed board and paper, with elements of satin, felt, enameled metal and book cloth, just to be sporting. View the entire product line at Sideshow Press, it’s little prep and a lot of spiff!

Special thanks to Sully Sullivan for our sporty photography; Sandy Lang for our spiffy words and to Bryan Cater for his clubby look.

Client: Sideshow Press

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Spoleto 2014

June 3, 2014

Our favorite time of the year in Charleston is here! Spoleto is in full swing and the city is alive with music, theater, dance and opera. We love the festival and the opportunity to help showcase the beauty it brings to our city.

Client: Spoleto Festival USA

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The Spectator Hotel

May 20, 2014

The Spectator Hotel is a exciting new project. We had the pleasure of naming and branding the upcoming 41-room hotel. Last week, the hotel had it’s ground breaking ceremony where community members were invited to come to the site for a glimpse of what is to come. We used this opportunity to design invitations that felt unique, high-touch and rich – much like the experience the upcoming boutique hotel will have.

Client: The Spectator Hotel