Pluto LNG sponsored project on iTunes

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After 12 months of hard work and perseverance, Neomad - the first Aboriginal interactive comic for iPad - is now available on iTunes.
 
Thanks to this initiative, delivered by Big hART and supported by Woodside-operated Pluto LNG, thirty children from the Pilbara have been given the opportunity to improve computer, creativity and literacy skills.
 
Key activities include using Photoshop to create over 60 full-colour pages, animation, music, sound effects and live-action films.
 
Fourteen members of the group are also the heroes of the comic, called the Love Punks.
 
The 16 year-old leader, Love Punk Garuwarra, works as a cultural tour guide, teaching the younger children about local culture and respect for ancient sites.
 
The story begins in the Pilbara Desert of Western Australia in 2076 when the Love Punks discover a rocket booster branded with a mysterious petroglyph, which leads the group on extreme adventures.
 
You can join the Love Punks in their epic journey across the cosmos by downloading the application from iTunes.
 
Episode one, Space Junk can be purchased for $2.99.
 
Click here to view the trailer and find more information.