Archive for April, 2011

Opportunity Next

April 26, 2011

This Friday, April 29th, the Charleston Regional Development Alliance (CRDA) will unveil the Opportunity Next plan at a public launch event. The CRDA will reveal the findings of an extensive study about where the region’s economy is heading. The event is open to the public, so come out and show your support. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Charleston Regional Development Alliance

Schermer Pecans

April 18, 2011

A new logo for Schermer Pecans. This family run business out of Glennville, Georgia has a rich history of quality pecans and pecan gifts. After sampling their delicious product and touring their facility, we developed a new logo and look for Schermer that reflects the company’s pride in it’s product and tradition in their quality.

Client: Schermer Pecan Company

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Indie Grits Festival Awards

April 11, 2011

Vintage cameras, miniature tri-pods, and spray paint…

After many conversations with sellers on Etsy, hours of masking cameras and spray painting tri-pods – the Indie Grits awards are complete and ready for distribution this Sunday at the Festival. Special thanks from Stitch to David for constructing these beautiful wooden tri-pods. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Indie Grits Festival

Indie Grits Festival Poster

April 11, 2011

On April 13th, Columbia, South Carolina will fill with creative independent film makers and film goers. The Indie Grits Festival begins this Wednesday and will run through Sunday. This year’s festival not only will feature selected films but also focus on independent musicians, craft makers and foodies. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Indie Grits Festival

Charlotte Elizabeth Photographer

April 8, 2011

Charlotte of Charlotte Elizabeth Photographer is new photographer on the Charleston scene. She came to Stitch to design her logo and give her a brand that reflected her energetic and out going personality. To capture Charlotte’s whimsy, we hand-drew her logo and established a set of icons to represent the different types of people she photographs – each illustrated through different types of transportation. Weddings (a tandem bike) Kids (a tricycle) Teens (a vespa) and so on.  Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Charlotte Elizabeth Photography

Cortney Bishop Design

April 4, 2011

Cortney Bishop is an interior designer based here in Charleston with an earthy and edgy style. She’s a master of combining texture, nature and that touch of edge. We strove to capture Cortney’s unique style and approach in her newly designed stationery package and updated logo. A mixture of duplexed papers in warm tones were used through out the stationery package with gold foil printing. Read the rest of this entry »

Client: Cortney Bishop Design