12 Sites of Christmas

Instead of creating a unique, festive website of our own for the holidays, we’re living vicariously through these wonderfully designed and developed sites. If you’re trying to kill some time before your holiday break (that is, if you get one), here’s a good way to look busy. Happy holidays from Superbig!

1) Snowflake Creator

2) Your Royalty-Free Happy Place

3) Track Santa

4) Merry Pixmas

5) A Mobile Snow Globe

6) Polish Christmas Guide

7) Create Your Own Stocking

8) Merry Christmallax

8) Lego Holiday Card

9) Seasons Tweetings

10) Why You Love Christmas

11) A Holiday Ice Luge Game

12) Who’s Your Santa?


It wouldn’t be ‘Juvenile’ for us to put a 90’s rap song on our thumb drives, would it?


Excited to share the refresh of the Checkbox logo, brand and website. Have a look here. 

Redbull Helmets at X-Games

It’s always fun to see produced work on T.V! Check out Bobby Brown and Sebastien Toutant reppin’ the Superbig Redbull helmets at the 2013 X-games. We’re glad to see them in action, especially with stunts like these.

We’ll also throw in one from this summer’s X-games at Tinges.


To keep the creative mind from locking up, creatives alike will consistently find themselves deep in design blogs, pin boards and tumblr feeds in search for insight and inspiration to the industry. It actually might be why you’re here right now.

As a source of my daily inspiration I find myself visiting graphic-exchange.com, now known as mr-cup.com. Graphic-exchange is an online venue  with an abundance of design related awesomeness. Every so often I find myself surprised at what I find. Even today I found that the host, Fabien Barral, created an e-book that featured our brand identity for Palomino Restaurant. This e-book is filled with a selection of projects throughout 2012. You can download the e-book from his site for a small donation.

Random act of cupcake!?!

Good Reason #01 for being a Seattle resident: Getting “Cupcaked”. It’s true, we were “Cupcaked” today. It was most definitely unexpected and really quite awesome to say the least. The very generous folks at Cupcake Royale chose us for their random act of cupcaking. Apparently they choose a group of people they admire and deliver free cupcakes. It’s almost too good to be true. So as a Pioneer Square safety precaution and because technically the cupcakes are kind of from strangers, we made the intern eat one first. Just playin. Thanks Cupcake Royale! The packaging and gift set was also very nicely designed. Looks like we’ll be paying it forward soon.