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Little Brown and Company imprint, Reagan Arthur Books, selected ERA404 to design the site for their inaugural release, The Unnamed, by Joshua Ferris. The site features 35 original sound-bytes of mysterious diseases, tracked onto original footage from a Grand Central Terminal security video feed. Fans of Mr. Ferris may also learn about the book, author, and read excerpts, press, praise, watch trailers, listen to audio interviews and follow a host of links by the author.
Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe contacted ERA404 to design and develop the interactive portfolio for her Daufuskie Island series of photography as part of the reprint for her photography essay, Daufuskie Island: Photography by Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe. The site features over 100 images from the book with captions and information about book signings and gallery openings.
For the next release, her portfolio, jeannemoutoussamy-ashe.com, will also include her Landscapes, Cityscapes, Interiors and Early Works. In the past, ERA404 has worked with Ms. Ashe on the design and development of ArthurAshe.org.
ERA404 worked with a prominent NYC-based Investment Company and Creative Director, William Imboden, to create a 60-page, leather-bound book to document the culmination of a year’s worth of global investment research. The book featured 35 charts, 12 original illustrations (including a three-spread, full-color rendering of Tom Sawyer on the Mississippi), laser-etched cherry wood medallions and tons of research information and photography.Read More
Elli Strauss of First Funds, LLC., hired ERA404 to design, develop and production manage the re-identification project for the NYC-based Business Cash Advance company. Upon selection of an identity system that matched the client’s mission and culture, we worked with Ms. Strauss to carry this concept through their new stationery and signage systems.