Core has developed a new campaign for Airmedica, the leading Irish brand in personal protective cosmetics, to promote the company’s first consumer facing product “Total Hand Shield System”.
The “The Power of Touch” campaign, which was shot and produced under strict Covid restrictions, communicates a simple but strong message about the importance of hand hygiene through a powerful visual metaphor that uses UV paint, powder, lighting and contemporary dance.
As a proud Irish producer, Airmedica were committed to using local talent in the creation of this concept. As a result, the piece is directed by Keith Hutchinson of H2 Films, choreographed and performed by Cork dancer Andrea Williams and features music by Irish musician, Talos.
Speaking about the new campaign, Breffney O’ Dowling–Keane, Market Development Manager, from Airmedica commented: “The aim of this campaign was to launch the brand with a beautiful, shareable, thought provoking piece that would reignite diligence in hand hygiene as we make our way through another lockdown. Creating a campaign during lockdown was always going to be a challenge. From the offset, the team at Core were fantastic to work with and had a clear understanding of our campaign objectives and were able to approach it a little differently with the digital angle.”
Liam Wielopolski, Executive Creative Director at Core added: “We were tasked with creating a unique digital campaign on a limited budget. In order to create the ultimate impact, we used UV paint, powder and lighting in a creative way to highlight the efficacy of the new hand sanitizer as a powerful disinfectant against the coronavirus.”