In the Summer of 2010, Hailey Wist invited four suburbanites to a ranch in rural Arkansas. They lived in a small cabin, grew a large garden, ate only from a 100-mile radius, sold at a local farmers market, and hosted a field feast. The Garden Summer project was a grassroots, community-based, social experiment. On February 9, 2012 the documentary they made of that summer premiered at The American Theater in Charleston. We designed these posters for the much anticipated event. The poster design and execution was a multi-step process. We cut fabric turnips that we then stitched to card stock and then letterpressed overtop of the fabric. It was a labor of love, but we’re so happy with the simplicity and dimension of the posters. And, we can’t forget to mention, the film was excellent! It will soon be traveling to a film festival near you and is a must see!
Archive for February, 2012
February 19, 2012
The Charleston Regional Development Alliance recently renovated their office space and came to us to design a graphic to fill a blank wall left at the end of the renovations. The wall directly behind the reception desk was in desperate need of some visual impact so we were excited to help. Our challenge was to design something that worked seamlessly with the interior architecture and that also served as a talking point and representation of the CRDA to visitors. Read the rest of this entry »
Client: Charleston Regional Development Alliance
February 13, 2012
It was fun, as always, to work with Harper from Proud Mary on her new trade show signage. We used rough sawn natural wood and had it cut into the form of her logo. We love the simplicity of the natural wood in contrast to clean script of her logo. Read the rest of this entry »
Client: Proud Mary
February 6, 2012
Client: Rewined Candles
February 5, 2012
Over the past several months we’ve been working closely with Jessica Burke to rebrand her photography business. We designed her logo and have been busy applying her new brand to a variety of applications. Her website is the first of those applications to be complete. Jessica is a talented young photographer from San Francisco with a youthful, modern and unobtrusive style. We designed her website to reflect those qualities and showcase her beautiful work and fun personality.
Client: Jessica Burke
February 3, 2012
Jill Hooper is a classically-trained, realist painter whose beautiful portraits have earned international recognition. Stitch recently had the chance to visit with Jill at her studio in preparation for the design of the Gibbes’ Signature Magazine (of which she was on the cover). Her historic downtown studio space is filled with natural light and inspiring objects of all shapes and sizes. It was truly a treat to be able to see her process, studio and objects of inspiration of which she surrounds her self with. Read the rest of this entry »
Client: Gibbes Museum of Art