The Jakarta Post
Bandung-based illustrator Yowdi Santiar. (Courtesy of/Magnifique PR)
Indonesian illustrator Yowdi Santiar became one of the five winners in the Terminator: Dark Fate poster competition, held from Aug. 29 to Sept. 26.
Organized by American media company Skydance Media and Paramount Pictures, the international contest was held to celebrate the film launch and saw hundreds of entries from all over the world. The four other winners are Branco Ricov (Croatia), Karen Hemphill (United States), PL Boucher (Canada) and Glen Stone (United Kingdom).
As one of the winners, Yowdi, who comes from West Java’s Bandung, received a US$2,000 prize. His work may be featured in the movie’s marketing campaign, including social accounts, print materials and merchandise.
The contest required participants to take inspiration from the film trailer as well as to mark the return of the Terminator’s iconic characters, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton.
“In the poster, I drew the main characters and took small details from the trailer, including a burning plane and the Terminator that rises from the sea,” said Yowdi in a statement. “I also added a fire effect to match the film’s ambience.”
'Terminator: Dark Fate' poster created by Indonesian illustrator Yowdi Santiar. (Courtesy of/Skydance Media/Paramount Pictures)
The poster shows the movie’s characters in a symmetric format, with the terrifying Terminator as the eye-catching feature.
Terminator: Dark Fate returns 28 years after iconic characters Sarah Connor and Terminator T-800 appeared in 1991’s Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Directed by Tim Miller, the new sequel tells the story of new character Dani Ramos (Natalia Reyes) who is pursued by Rev-9 (Gabriel Luna), a Terminator from the future. (wng)