Moonbump® Case Studies
Wondering how people are using their fake maternity bumps? Here are a few case studies to show you what you can do with yours! Click on the images to view full size.
BBC's Eastenders gets a new addition!
The character Kat Slater on Eastenders wore her silicone fake pregnant belly with pride on the popular BBC TV soap in November 2010. Through wearing different sized maternity bumps each week she progressed through her pregnancy with style.
Mamas & Papas use it to sell fashion!
Having a baby bump is fabulous, and so is the range of maternity clothing at Mamas & Papas, the popular UK clothing store which has lots of gorgeous fashion outlets across the UK. To model for their Spring/Summer 2011 maternity clothing range they purchased two silicone fake maternity bumps and used them in the fashion shoot - now people can really see what the clothes will look like!
Rogue traders caught out by rogue bump!
Those crafty people on BBC TV show Rogue Traders used one of our fake bellies to pose their undercover reporter as a pregnant customer, to catch criminals and dodgy traders in the act!
Fake bellies on stage!
Wardrobe staff at York Theatre Royal employed the use of several of our silicone bellies in their theatrical production of Up The Duff. With so many bumps on stage it's a wonder there was room for the cast!
Moonbump® fake bellies on HBO's Game Of Thrones TV series
The popular TV drama Game of Thrones, with an all-star cast including Sean Bean, used one of our fake bellies when filming a scene with one of the pregnant characters. Originally from the USA and created for HBO by Fire & Blood Productions, the show has now landed in the UK for British audiences to enjoy.
Fake bumping on the dancefloor!
Audiences beware! Comedienne Olivia Lee performs some pretty outrageous dancing while wearing her fake maternity bump, for her TV show Dirty Sexy Funny, filmed by Tiger Aspect for Comedy Central UK. In the series she takes on a range of personas for the comedy sketches, including a pregnant dancer with way too much energy!
Horror film fakes a nightmare pregnancy
Big View Media used one of our foam bumps for a character in their horror film, which was shot on a farm in Sussex. They tell us the fake belly "provided an important part of the costume and the make up and costume designer felt it was the best she had worked with"!
Fake bellies front advertising campaign
Advertising company Front used their fake pregnant bump for a photo shoot for one of their clients and they have been delighted with the shots. They will use the images as part of their bank of photography to appear in brochures, on their website and in their marketing communications. Executives at Front have said "we are also grateful that you were able to make the bump and deliver it in such short timescales". Job well done!
Fake belly featured in fine art painting
Up and coming fine artist Christopher Bunyard, a recent graduate from the University of Brighton, has used a fake belly for one of his mesmerising oil paintings depicting a model wearing it on top of her clothes! His work is soon to feature in the new Tate Magazine and is set to take the world by storm.