Eight Hour Day: Manifest Rebranding

Now here is a perfect example of design that is both visually interesting and incredibly smart. For the rebranding of digital agency Manifest, Eight Hour Day took a conceptual approach by exploring the notions of time, human experience, connections and creativity. And as a result, in addition to the usual branding deliverables, the team also developed an impressive 40-character glyph language, “an ever-evolving timestamp and supplemental “chapter” marks, each of which represent an area of discipline or a core value.” I love how this all came together, in both concept and execution—there are so many layers and details to uncover that I can’t possibly see it getting stale any time soon.

6 Comments

  1. Phil Tretheway says:

    Love It! All of it!
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  3. Ted Goas says:

    Such a carefully crafted identity system. The folks at EHD have outdone really themselves.
  4. Richard Baird says:

    There is wonderfully elaborate, a complete brand experience as it should be.
  5. Rachel says:

    Really well done suite of work. Bravo!
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