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Camp Jeep

ERA404 3D Artists worked with Gary Keenan, designer/art director of CreativeGroup.TV, to animate a stylized rugged outdoors for Jeep’s CAMP JEEP campaign.

The ad featured a very cartoon-like environment contrasting treated footage of the famous off-road vehicles. The identity was composited in Autodesk Flame, by CreativeGroup.TV resident VFX Artist, Craig Lamson.

Who is Augustine?

ERA404’s most most visited work is the exploratory site for Jonathan Safran Foer’s first novel, Everything is Illuminated. Who is Augustine features an online community (Heritage Tourists), streaming video, secret clicks and passages from the novel itself.

The site, featuring music by Face and Head, is an homage to Hi-Rez‘s work for Donnie Darko.

Wellspring Studio Logo Animation

ERA404 3D Artists worked closely with Broadway Video Senior VFX Artist, Claudia D’Enjoy to build the Studio logo animation for independent film studio, Wellspring.
A 3D model of a droplet frozen in time and silvery signature were provided for composite over a high resolution waterfall backdrop, and final elements were printed for film for use in all Wellspring film, video/dvd and television presentations.

The Residences, Grand Cayman

Mark Courtney, Founder of New York’s Courtney & Co, hired ERA404 to develop the Residences, Grand Cayman, site for their client, Ritz-Carlton. The site, designed by Courtney & Co., features interactive image galleries, property listings, streaming music and dynamic content.

The Lazarus Project

Publisher Riverhead Books hired ERA404 to create the official web site for The Lazarus Project, a new novel by veteran author, Aleksandar Hemon. The site features interactive, exploratory photo gallery which takes users into the story through pictures and narrative content from the novel.

ERA404 worked with Riverhead Books in the past on Nick Hornby‘s web site.

“The English Mystery” Graphic Open

ERA404 was commissioned to create a graphic open for The Electronic Theatre‘s “An English Mystery.”

The finished piece was comprised of 5,000 images taken from 22 renderings, 3D motion, and original music by Craig Spoth of Asmodaen Productions.