We blended 3D with photographic reference to bring an imagined mountain range to life and then went one step further to create a moving version. A mountain range that was so beautiful you wonder if it could even exist, which in this case, doesn't.
client: MillerCoors USA agency: Draftfcb Chicago creative director: Julio Desir art director: Rich Romero art buyer: Lisa Bellis photographer: Spid
We blended CGI & photography to bring an imagined mountain range to life....a mountain range so beautiful that you wonder if it could actually exist, which in this case, it doesn't!
Electric Art is a Sydney based, globally recognised creative production specialist leading the way in Creative Retouching & 3D, Motion, Interactive & Augmented Reality.
Founded in 1993, over the years we've worked with some of the biggest brands, ad agencies & photographers around the world. With today’s proliferation of new image mediums & the shift to more web-based work & animation, we now find ourselves managing whole projects. We output assets spanning traditional print, web, animation & interactive. In short, we love to take on challenges & occupy brand new spaces.
In 2006, we introduced the tagline ‘Play god.’ which is still in use today & has become synonymous with EA & all that we represent. We have forged a unique culture focused on creating beautifully crafted, award winning work in a relaxed & fun environment.
Our campaigns have won many awards including gold, silver & bronze at Cannes, gold & silver at The New York Festivals, gold at the Clio Awards, silver at The John Caples International Awards, gold at Adfest as well as a swag of local AWARD awards. Our work has been selected to appear in Luerzer’s Archive, Communication Arts, American Photographer, Advanced Photoshop & in Luerzers 200 Best Digital Artists Worldwide 2013/2014 & 2015/2016.
We have a long history of working with US clients and are represented in The States by John Sharpe at Sharpe + Associates. www.sharpeonline.com
Electric Art | Level 3, 11-17 Buckingham Street, Surry Hills, NSW, 2010, Australia