This Meticulous Shaving Foam Campaign has a Lot of Story to Tell
One great factor to a successful brand advertising is on how you attract your client and convey the message that reflects their personality. It is very important to target the audience right to their persona.
Let’s have a look on this Schick Edge campaign that was made possible with the art of Photography (Jaap Vliegenthart), CGI and the rest (Souverein).
For Schick (a brand of shaving foam in the US), we were asked to create figures that were coming out of a foam beard in this way telling little stories about the person. The figures would rise from the foam as if they were made from the actual foam.
To do this, the Photographer Jaap Vliegenthart first travelled to the US – New York, where he, together with one of our own people, had a shoot with the four male models. Foam was applied to their faces and reference people were shot for positioning and sketching.
Next we used small wooden mannequins as a base and by remodeling them with wax and cardboard, we re-created the poses of the people. These we spraypainted white and let them dry.
After this we shot each figure seperately and covered them with shaving foam that we applied in various ways (foam bath, brushes, etc) to create the different styles we needed. These were then photographed by us in our own studio in a miniature set.
Everything was then put together and integrated in Photoshop, where each figure was composited together from different shots. A great project to have worked on!