Solum: One-sheet 70 x 100cm (27 inch x 41 inch) Short film poster
    Film poster Artwork  \ Australian Release Poster \ Post Apocalyptic love atory \ added -23\10\2011
Solum : Short Sci-fi film about a mans search for his wife in a post apocalyptic world, featuring Joseph Taylor
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Client : Aaron Wakem @ Titan Studio / Paint Dry Productions
Brief : Create print ready Poster Art for the short sci-fi genre film Solum.
Medium : Digital : Photographic illustration in Adobe Photoshop 2011 AD
Design Notes : Solum tells the story of a solitary, ex-military man's journey to find his wife in a post apocalyptic world. Photos by Simon Quintal. Digital matte Cityscape by Lincoln Renall. Featuring Joseph Taylor as Authan O'Reilly.
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