A minimal styled fan made poster for a movie called Mundasupatti.
“Mundasupatti”, steered by newcomer Ram, is a retro satire drama focused around the director’s short film. The story is situated in the 80s and rotates around a town named “Mundasupatti,” where photography is strictly restricted. Villagers accept that taking photographs reduce their life span and prompts an early earth. The explanation behind their conviction is told as a prelude in the film.
When we loose such an exceptional director from the film industry, time appears to stop. Be that as it may, it is important that we begin to live again with a broad smile all over so we can make his soul cheerful, as he is still looking at us even if we can’t.
RIP Balu Mahendra.
Being Kamal Haasan’s hardcore fan, I thought of designing something unique for his birthday; I was badly scratching my head to get a concept then accidentally I came across this idea.
I achieved this effect by adding some special ingredient in Illustrator and I have partially used live tracing to get an outline of the subject.
I have used 80% of Illustrator and 20% of Photoshop, It took nearly 5 hours for me to make this design more presentable in several other mockups.
Short Introduction on Kamal Haasan
Kamal Haasan (born 7 November 1954) is an Indian film actor, screenwriter, director, playback singer, choreographer and lyricist who works primarily in theTamil film industry. Haasan has won several Indian film awards (including four National Film Awards and a number of Filmfare Awards), and has starred in the greatest number of films submitted by India for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. Haasan’s production company, Rajkamal International, has produced several of his films.
After several projects as a child, Haasan’s breakthrough as a lead actor came in the 1975 drama Apoorva Raagangal, in which he played a rebellious youth in love with an older woman. He won his first National Film Award for his portrayal of a guileless schoolteacher who cares for a childlike amnesiac in Moondram Pirai. Haasan was noted for his performance in Mani Ratnam’s Godfatheresque Tamil film Nayagan (1987), rated by Time magazine as one of the best films in cinema history. Since then he has appeared in a number of films including his own productions, Hey Ram and Virumaandi, and the Dasavathaaram (in which he played ten different parts). In 2009, he completed 50 years in Indian cinema.,
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