Fri, 13 Aug 2021 14:01:25 GMT
Fondation Charles-Bruneau is proud to be launching the 'Tough Cookies' campaign with grocers group, IGA. The temporary animated tattoos created for the campaign in support of Fondation Charles-Bruneau go on sale today. This year, the drawings of eight brave children who have beaten cancer were turned into temporary tattoos.
It all started when IGA and creative agency Sid Lee put out a call for kids in remission to submit drawings of their favourite fruit, vegetable or other food. Eight beautiful drawings were selected from among the many submissions. Professional tattoo artists David Peyote and Cat Bijou then transformed the children’s drawings into temporary tattoos, much to the delight of our little artists.
Two of the eight tattoos—Super Egg and Pineapple—were also animated in augmented reality. After applying the tattoo, simply go to dursacuire.ca on your cellphone and select the video of the tattoo you want to activate. You’ll need to have Facebook’s app on your device to see the animated tattoos.
The two tattoo sheets, sold for $3 plus tax each, are available until September 30th, 2021, at all IGA stores in the province.
‘Tough Cookies’ campaign artists
The real tough cookies are the kids from all over Quebec who are in remission from cancer!
They have all been in care at one of the four Charles-Bruneau centres and units and have all already participated in one of the Foundation’s flagship events with their families.
An inspiring partnership
IGA is a valuable partner for Fondation Charles-Bruneau. For over 10 years, its unique involvement has enabled the Foundation to pursue its commitments to paediatric cancer research.
Fondation Charles-Bruneau is very grateful for the renewed support of IGA, its many store owners and their loyal customers. Together, we’re helping to build a cancer-free future for children.
“The fight against paediatric cancer is a cause that is dear to us, and we at IGA are proud to have been involved with Fondation Charles-Bruneau for many years to support paediatric hematology and oncology projects and research. This year, we wanted to do something a little different by celebrating the creativity of the eight young heroes who battled the disease and designed these tattoos. I encourage people to support this initiative by buying our tough cookies tattoos and help give children with cancer a better chance of recovery.” – Carl Pichette, vice president, marketing, Sobeys Québec.
"Following the success of the last campaign, we redoubled our efforts to elevate the augmented reality experience. This year, it was the real tough cookies who dreamed up the tattoos and it was important for us to be generous with the experience we were offering by activating it in an even more interactive way," adds David Lambert, creative director at Sid Lee. When we witness the creativity and energy of these kids, we want to ensure that their message is heard and encourage people to get involved with the cause."
Clients: IGA & Fondation Charles-Bruneau
Executive Creative Director : Alex Bernier
Creative Directors: David Lambert, Julie Desrochers
Creative team : Étienne Théberge, Pascal Lefebvre Production
Creative Technologist : Julien Roub Charland
Motion Designer : David Leclerc, Paul Gaspari, Noah Dauphinais Realisation
Editing : Éloi Arsenault
Content : Andreane Voyer
Account service director: Ariane Poitras
Account team: Aude Constantin
Media : Carat
Categories: Charity, Corporate, Social and PSAsSid Lee, Fri, 13 Aug 2021 14:01:25 GMT