“The Scream” in Colored Pencils

Faber-Castell: The Scream, Cafe Terrace At Night (3)
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Using daily objects to remake famous paintings is becoming more frequent in advertising campaigns. In this example of “The Scream,” it is quite interesting how the art directors of Ogilvy & Mather used Faber Castell colored pencils to create a rhythmic sky.

Credits:
Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Singapore
Chief Creative Officer: Steve Back
Creative Directors: Troy Lim, Jon Loke
Art Directors: David Stevanov, Kairong Ku, Si Hui Heng, Jon Loke
Copywriters: Adeline Siow, Troy Lim

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Illustrators: Dash Kadam, Inessa Loh, Loh Yi Qi, Danny Ong, Alicia Tan, Joycie Koor, Brandon Sim
Photographers: Jimmy Fok, Calibre Pictures
Account Managers: Shirley Tay, Ng Hui Min
Retoucher: Lay Leng

Faber-Castell: The Scream, Cafe Terrace At Night (1) Faber-Castell: The Scream, Cafe Terrace At Night (2) Faber-Castell: The Scream, Cafe Terrace At Night (4)
Images © Faber Castell

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Adriana is the Webby Award–winning designer, editor of Scene360 magazine and author of "Tat'oo" book. Acquiring 20 years of writing experience in fine arts, Adriana has dedicated her time to documenting the lives and work of tattooists. Published also on Inked, Skin Deep, Tattoo Life and more. Follow the author @ Instagram and view more articles.