Naked Olympic athletes star in Powerade campaign

LONDON - Mother London has stripped British Olympic athletes bare in its print and outdoor campaign for Powerade.

Powerade...new Olympic campaign for Powerade
Powerade...new Olympic campaign for Powerade

Athletes Philip Idowu, cyclist Rebecca Romero and swimmer Gregor Tait are each captured performing their disciplines, completely stripped of all clothing.

The campaign has been launched to promote the fact that Powerade are the official sports drink of the 2008 Beijing Olympic games,

Shot against a dark background, each image attempts to show that the inner qualities of the athletes are just as important as what they wear.

The three athletes were chosen for the campaign to show the diversity of talent on show in the Great Britain team. The executions will run in newspapers at different times to coincide with when the athletes are competing.






Credits

Project name
Innergear
Client
Beth Allen
Brief
Print campaign
Creative agency
Mother
Copywriter
Mother
Art director
Mother
Planner (creative agency)
Mother
Media agency
Vizeum
Media planner
Chris Stephenson
Media spend
N/A
Photographer
Nadav Kander
Photographer's agency
Bill Charles
Retouching company
N/A
Exposure
Sports magazines and Posters

 

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