Poster Monday: The 44 at Ara San Juan
For September’s last Poster Monday we are featuring the work of Emiliano Ocantos whit his poster The 44 at Ara San Juan. Emiliano is 36 years old, born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, creative professional with a 15 years’ experience on local, regional and global visual communication projects. Art Director and senior Designer in Bridger Conway; illustrator and photographer, copy and concept Writer, whit experienced in Branding and Strategic Positioning, packaging, concept and graphic development, visual storytelling and character Design; obsessive seeker, serial kickstarter, occasional adventurer and vocational teacher.
ARA San Juan (S-42) was a submarine in service with the Submarine Force of the Argentine Navy from 1986 to 2017, On 15 November 2017, San Juan went missing during a routine patrol in the South Atlantic off the coast of Argentina, and a multi-nation search operation was mounted. Within hours of San Juan’s last transmission, an acoustic anomaly consistent with an implosion was detected in the vicinity of the vessel’s last known location. On 30 November, the search and rescue operation was abandoned. The Argentine Navy reported on 16 November 2018 that the wreck of San Juan had been found at a depth of 907 meters. ARA San Juan submarine and its 44 tripulants remains at the bottom of the sea, this poster it’s a tribute for them.
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