‘Tis the season to get all nostalgic, so as we hit December I have compiled the first ever Manifest review of the year. It’s been a crazy one, including the world’s smallest HD camcorder, the world’s most alcoholic beer, the world’s smallest protest and the world’s first monster supply store. So, without further ado – here are Manifest’s highlights of 2010:
So if you didn’t see my head-swelling welcome in the Manifest London news last week… why not? I kid. However, it’s no joke that I am a bit of a smitten kitten with this company. From London to Huddersfield and beer tasting to solar panels, it’s been one hell of a week.
You may have seen here that Manifest recently won the PR account for BrewDog – a barnstorming beer brand that is shaking the dust from the UK beer market. I don’t think we’ve ever enjoyed putting together a proposal so much – so we thought we’d share with you some pics we took of the proposal being put together at the Manifest offices before being dispatched to Scotland. At Manifest, we all get involved with every brief – so designers help bring PR concepts to life and the PR team provides the required wordsmithery for design projects.
BrewDog is not a shy and retiring brand by any stretch of the imagination – and we knew it was going to be a pretty competitive pitch process – so we decided to go out all guns blazing in terms of both design and content…