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Archive for November, 2011
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)
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
November 7, 2011
This past Friday we traveled up to Columbia for the 17th annual AIGA South Carolina InShow. We had fun hanging with our creative colleagues from across the state and were excited to bring home some awards for our clients including The Howie (Best In Show) for The Indie Grits Festival. Congratulations to: Cortney Bishop Design, Portland General Store, Sideshow Press, King Bean Coffee and The Indie Grits Festival.
Client: Stitch Design Co.
November 3, 2011
Rewined Candles are smart, smell great and now have a brand new logo and packaging. These handsome candles are all natural soy wax candles poured into discarded wine bottles. They have a family of intoxicating scents which are all designed to mimic flavors and aromas you find in your favorite varietals of wines. Adam came to us looking to enhance his current packaging. We redesigned his logo using hand-drawn type and redesigned his kraft paper labels with simple typography and a layered labeling system. Each candle has a “vintage and producer” label, allowing each candle to be signed and dated by the candle maker. A wood veneer wax topper sits on top of the candle to keep them clean and free of dust before use. Read the rest of this entry »
Client: Rewined Candles