Zach Sankey, our 2013 design intern brought us a fresh copy of WWU’s “Intern Stories.” It’s a cool little book the students published that outlines their unique workforce experience during their junior internships. It came out really well. Thanks for bringing us a copy.
Intern Stories Vol. 1
The Internship unfolds
This year, Western Washington University set up a mandatory summer internship for each of the soon-to-be Senior Design students. Before we send these rookies back to school, we decided to open the Superbar taps to cap off the last drop of summer with an all-intern mixer. Our summer intern, Zach Sankey, was tasked with creating a mailable invite that tells a story, praises their hard working professor and at the same time made his counterparts a little jealous. Sorry folks, interns and their mentors only.
Jones Jumble Winter Edition
These fellas are going to be featured in an new book titled Illustration and Design in the near future. While prepping the files for submission, we decided to have a little fun by making them jumble around.
Thanks for the throwback.
For the 2012 Seattle Design Festival’s FYI Poster Contest, we decided to draw the support (literally) of the community to create a relatively small cross section of the people and fans who brought the Sonics back. View our submission as well as the others on the FYI Poster Contest Facebook page HERE - OR - ZOOM IN HERE.
Damn Good. Damn Right.
Superbig was recently featured in a new book, Damn Good, for a few projects. We’re still waiting for our copy, but a favorite designer/blogger/author, David Airey, posted a preview on his site. Thanks, David.
“Brimming with inspiration, Damn Good highlights the favorite work of designers around the globe, showcasing their best and most passionate projects. This unique and diverse collection challenges the status quo and typical industry boundaries, and also contains the stories behind the work — in the words of the creative teams who designed them.” — FROM THE BLURB
The book was created by Tim Lapetino and Jason Adam of Chicago and LA-based design firm Hexanine, and published by How Books. Nice work guys.