Luke Cline, of LKC Creative, came to us recently looking for a clean/simple mark incorporating his initials to the company name. Luke and LKC Creative produce multimedia programs for museums and cultural centers that blend story with technology by creating interactive content and experience.
Archive for March, 2010
March 24, 2010
We just completed this promotional piece for Tara Guerard Soiree. It’s a simple brochure, highlighting four of her recent events with the first and last page supplying basic information. The brochure is intended to be a teaser to lure the potential client to her website, which Stitch recently helped launch. The brochure nests in a die cut pocket, complete with orange gussets, a ribbon pull, and a customizable letterpress tag. Our challenge was to create a unique direct mail piece, full of original and clever detail’s not unlike what Tara instills in all of her special events.
Client: Tara Guerard Soiree
March 22, 2010
The website we designed for our sister company, Sideshow Press, has been getting a lot of attention in the blog world lately. Check out our mention on Design T.N.T where the Sideshow Press site was named one of their“40 Amazing Minimalist Website Designs for Your Inspiration”. We can’t take all the credit though… Special thanks must be given to Blue Ion, the programmer, Peter Frank Edwards, the Photographer, and Sandy Lang, the copy writer who all helped make our vision come to life.
March 12, 2010
Several months ago Mike Lata and Adam Nemiro, the partners of FIG, came to us looking to refresh their restaurant’s identity. Adam and Mike were still very happy with their logo, but wanted to extend their brand beyond just menu templates. We updated the look of their menu’s and implemented that new look to stationary, drink stirs, butter overlays, gift cards and more.
Client: FIG Restaurants
March 8, 2010
The owners of King Bean Coffee, an established independent local roaster here in Charleston, came to us recently looking for help updating their logo. After 16 years in business, King Bean Coffee wanted a mark to reflect their brand’s permanence and longevity. We are all excited with the outcome, and can’t wait to share the new stationary package, coffee packaging and sales kit we’ve been working on with them.
Client: King Bean Coffee
March 3, 2010
With Charleston Fashion Week on the horizon (March 16-20), and exciting local events like the opening of the pop-up shop Novel in downtown Charleston we thought we’d share the work we’ve done over the past several years with Marysia Reeves. Marysia is the designer behind Marysia Swim, and will have her swimwear at Novel this month. Marysia also just launched an e-boutique featuring her new 2010 collection on her website. We originally helped with branding Marysia Swim, but have again recently been working on additional branding pieces this year. We’re always inspired by Marysia’s work and her beautifully retro swimwear line.
Client: Marysia Swim
March 1, 2010
To pick up from where we left off on Wednesday, we’d like to share the Troubadour business cards and hang tags with you. Both are printed on black Curious duplex cardstock with clear foil. The business cards and tags are over sized emphasize the subtle printing process of the clear foil. The thick shiny foil against the rubbery soft paper feels great in your hand.