When people ask me about quality, creative web and print designers of the South, I tend to first think of Stitch Design Co., based in Charleston, South Carolina. They just got it going on...
The design work they created for Cannon Green, a restaurant and event venue in the Cannonborough-Elliotborough neighborhood of Charleston, is one of my favorites. Their challenge was to communicate a modern, urban concept that still emobodies the classic elegance of the South.
As shared on their site, "The hand illustrated watercolor coupled with the classic shape and composition of the logo embodies the concept and achieves the balance of something new and different while still being rooted in southern tradition."
And then there's the work they did for Charlotte Elizabeth- a wedding, portrait and lifestyle photographer, also based in Charleston.
Stitch Design Co. brings to life a brand that feels homespun yet original and of high quality- you just get this feeling that Charlotte is someone with really good taste with a great eye for detail.
As they shared, "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. Using punches of color and illustration, the final product is reflective of Charlotte's love for life and photography."
Charlotte's website ties together all the design elements. The textures are so good, so real, it's like you know exactly what this website would feel like if you could hold it in your hand. It communicates a feeling instantly- a job well done.
Stitch Design Co., founded by Amy Pastre and Courtney Rowson, is a true boutique branding agency. Much time and thought is spent with each client to communicate the brand and vision. I particularly love the work they recently did for Produce Candles- it's just spot on. The phrase, 'Presentation is Everything,' epitomizes this agency as making the right impression is so important (and so much more challenging) in today's crowded marketplace. You have to stand out and good thing for them, they do.
This agency really is a boutique. You can find the Stitch Design Co. studio in a 1940's storefront that was once a shoe repair store. I hope someday I have a need to work with them. Like I said, they just got it going on...