BXC worked with Maya RC to develop a new rebranding system for their California custom designed RC race car and off-road vehicle line.  The project included over 18 sku’s and is consistant from Off-Road Race to Drifter. You can find the final product in stores now.  I found several 1/16th scale cars at Target this week. They look insane and fast! I’ll post a before and after when I find a shot of the old looking boxes. * The above boxes were final round comps built here in the USA at the BXC studio using an ancient American graphic design process. Thankfully lots of band-aids were within reach and not many fingers were lost. Product photos were taken by James Cassimus Photography in San Clemente.

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BXC advertising and design now located at Doheny Beach, Dana Point, California. Orange County Ad Agency. So Cal Design firm nicelogo.com

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It took five years to arrive at the perfect opportunity but we did it! BXC is now located in Dana Point, California just a few blocks from Doheny State Beach. (You can technically say we’re west of PCH.)  Nothing too sexy, just a modest little design studio more suitable for our growing clients and creative staff.

BXC Inc.
34179 Golden Lantern, Ste. 303
Dana Point, CA 92629

 

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Come and walk in Drew’s shoes.
Creative Seed presents an evening with Drew Dougherty, Branding Design Director of  the Southern California active-lifestyle design firm BXC Inc. Monday, May 3, 2010 at 7pm.  Drew’s work history as a designer and art director spans through 20 years of logos, rebranding systems and ad campaigns for a variety of action-sports and lifestyle companies including Kelly Slater’s Komunity, Nixon Watches, CamelBak, Giro, O’Neill and more. This presentation will be at Arnold Hall 1810 Bull Street. Creative Seed is a production of BFG Communications and SCAD. This event is free and open to the public.
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