Congratulations to Lulie Wallace who launched her textile and product collection today. Stitch had a great time collaborating with the talented artist on her first line of colorful textiles. For months now, our office has been covered in sketches and adorable paintings of flowers and geometric shapes which we took and made into patterns for her first collection. Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for November, 2012
November 13, 2012
Tara Guérard has long been a taste maker and innovator in the world of weddings. Her ability to conceive unexpected color palettes and incorporate textural elements, coupled with her keen awareness of space layout and flow has now also established herself as a tastemaker and innovator in the world of design. We just recently designed and launched a website for her to showcase all of her many talents related to design. Read the rest of this entry »
Client: Tara Guérard
November 7, 2012
Hob Nob is all things entertaining. We designed this branding and logo family for a new company in Charleston who curates unique events. From children’s birthday parties to small adult gatherings, Hob Nob brings a unique sense of style and attention to detail. We designed this logo with a series of interchangeable icons – different animals who all hold a common balloon. The bright pop of color and whimsey of the balloon perfectly captures the client and the sensibilities of the company. Read the rest of this entry »
Client: Hob Nob
November 7, 2012
Calling all talented designers who are interested in a Winter internship at Stitch! Please send your qualifications and portfolio via email to email@example.com.
Client: Stitch Design Co.
November 5, 2012
We had a lovely evening this past Saturday at the AIGA South Carolina INShow. Stitch took home 12 awards and one special judges award. Congratulations to all of our winning clients (Seed House Stationers, Hampden Clothing, Garden & Gun, Dulcella, The Gilded Lobster, Rewined, Garden Summer, Lichty Guitars, Elizabeth Porcher Jones and Jessica Burke Photography . Read the rest of this entry »