About the project
This poster represents the idea of destiny and chance, using a ballpen and balls of bingo.
I took the photograph on a glass table with ambient lighting, seeking to generate the reflex effect of them. The balls appears only as a result of this effect.
Then I worked the image with Photoshop, erasing the letters of the balls with the clone plug tool, and wrote them individually with a typography that was easy to recognize (Impact).
To generate the effect of the light in them, I used artificial lighting in each one, and inflated them individually with the “Liquify – inflate” effect.
I also worked modifying the illuminations of the photograph.
This poster was also made through photography.
In the image appears the name of the movie represented by stones and coins. In the same, I want to use different elements and ideas that appear continuously in the film: The life of a street kid, survival, poverty, the need to ask for coins to survive, child labour and land.
The idea that I want to represent that the name of the film could have been written by a kid on the street, playing in a park with the coins that people give him when he passes.
The image was also worked with Photoshop modifying the illuminations and generating relief in the phrase that anticipates the film, to simulate that it was carved in the bank.
It is starred by a tree, which grows on one side flowered and the other withered.
The idea that I intend to carry out with this representation, is that two people who are born together and have the same roots, can have very different destinations.
With this metaphor, I represent the choices and the type of life for which each of the brothers who star in the film opts, and the destinations and outcomes that they will have throughout history.
To do it I drew the tree, with black pencil and coloured markers to draw the leaves and flowers. Then I worked in Photoshop incorporating a background and different illuminations.
I worked the tree using a monochromatic scale and then I made an orange lighting that generates the effect of a sunset both in the background and in the drawing.
For the typography, I mixed a fantasy with its base letter (Times New Roman) to help the legibility of the title.