Product labels for Roscabans' all natural baked goods
Identity and branding program for Nesbit Salons
Information graphics for NHLBI (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute)
Logomark and packaging for jewelry designer, Tina Martino
Logomark for Inside Out, a radio program dedicated to minorities of the DC Metro area
Identity program for Chestnut Lodge, a historical residential development in Rockville, MD
Identity program for retailer of high—end outdoor grilling systems, Outdoor Kitchen Creations
Logomark for a computer programming cunsultancy in Kenai, Alaska
Charlie Flexon studied graphic design at Virginia Commonwealth University under distinguished designers and typographers — Phil Meggs, David Colley, and Roy McKelvey — and graduated with honors in the winter of 2001. Prior to founding 78 studio in 2010, he worked in Washington DC at Gallagher & Associates, designing signage programs and exhibits. He has received design awards from the AIGA, and his work has been featured in a multitude of design publications.
Flexon is a multi-disciplined designer whose work encompasses strategic and thoughtful processes to create pure forms of communication. His projects have included the designing of corporate and brand identities, environments, websites, printed matter, packaging, and exhibits. He has designed work for clients including L'Oréal, Russell Design, The Smithsonian Institution, National Institutes of Health, National Park Service, New York University, Forest City, Supreme Court of Ohio, Leva Energy, University of North Carolina, HOP Properties, Baylor University, YY Products, Pallas Textiles, The Austrian Trade Commission, Writers Guild of America, Ministries of Kuwait, Under Armour, Swiss Global Artistic Fund and The US State Department.
Flexon is the founder of record label North Sea and is currently working on the creation of weblog Graphia that documents minimalist, expressive and modernist design, art and architecture.