Congratulations to Edmund’s Oast (Best in Show), Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit (Special Judges Award), Cortney Bishop Design, Field Feast, Balise, Hannah Bergen, Fleet Fox, Better Batch, Biscotti Brothers, Sideshow Press, Produce, Spectator Hotel, Salt & Co. for making IN at the AIGA South Carolina Inshow this year.
Posts Tagged ‘Edmund’s Oast’
AIGA Inshow 2015
April 14, 2015
Communication Arts Design Annual
September 16, 2014
Proud and excited to have our work for Edmund’s Oast included in the integrated branding section of the 2014 Design Annual. Congratulations Edmund’s Oast and thank you to Communication Arts! See the work here, here, here and here.
Client: Rich Carley and Scott Shor
Interior Details and Signage for Edmund’s Oast
June 6, 2014
Recently, the very talented Peter Frank Edwards spent some time over at Edmund’s Oast capturing some of the interior details and signage we designed for the restaurant.
Client: Edmund's Oast
February 21, 2014
Edmund’s Oast is now open and the new site we designed and developed for them is now online! We kept the site primarily black and white with subtle details of red. We created illustrations throughout the site to convey the personality of the restaurant and the experience. Visit the full site here. See the naming and branding we did for them here.
Happy Holidays from Stitch
December 31, 2013
Our holiday gift this year was particularly fun. Our friends and clients from Edmund’s Oast did a delicious custom brew for us. The brew was inspired by two of our favorite things; whiskey and moon pies! We had fun designing the growlers and packaging up these beauties to share to say “Thank You” with little holiday cheer !
Client: Stitch Design Co.
September 26, 2013
We’ve had the pleasure of naming and branding the soon-to-open brew pub, Edmund’s Oast. Named after Edmund Egan, the English-born brewer who came to Charleston in the 1760s. He was a successful business man and donated large amounts of money to the American Revolution, earning him the title of “The Rebel Brewer”. Inspired by vintage newspaper rags and illustrated fables this brand is black and white, full of texture and rich with the sensibilities of the 1700’s and today. Read the rest of this entry »
Client: Edmund's Oast