Guess who's in the Big Book?
I’ve been meaning to get this post up for a little while now. Maybe a part of me was subconsciously putting it off to save face- no, come to think of it, I was trying to literally save you the pain of witnessing our ridiculous faces.
Too late now though (plus something tells me it's more of a schadenfreude-type emotion you're beginning to feel as you scan the pic...)
I don’t know if you’ve heard of the ‘Big Book’ but this year, Webstars’ project managers’ mugs are all over it.
All shiny and serious-looking in its hardback glory, the ‘Big Book’ is the annual “woah, you’re cool” to the design and advertising world, celebrating the industry’s 2011 Campaign Big Awards winners, and this year it happened to be sponsored by our friends from down the corridor, Cogs Agency.*
And they just so happened to have selected the Webstars' PMs as ideal candidates to pull silly faces for their sponsorship ad- spose they saw something in us.
No sooner had they turned on the camera, than we were already warming up, contorting our face muscles into all sorts of fancy formations- and hey presto- the stars of their double page spread were born.
As I’m sure you’ll agree, we all meet the brief perfectly.
Guess that’s the natural glow of odd looking folk "Talented People" with "Great Careers."
*yes, that's us on their site too in case you were wondering, and indeed some of these images we're using here on our own site- we're everywhere.
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