Client: National Geographic
Director Jeremy Cox created National Geographic's cover with exquisite detail for their February 2016 issue highlighting the archeological history of London. Cox lead a team to construct vignettes illustrating iconic moments of London’s rich past. Extensive research went into digitally sculpting the scenes which were brought to life through lighting, shading and compositing. It just goes to show what can be found beneath your feet!
Creative Director: Jeremy Cox
Executive Producer: Jon Hassell
Producer: Michele Watkins
Concept Designer: Wes Simpkins
3D Modelers: Meats Meier, Jeremy Cox, Chris Vincola
Lighting/Texturing: Chris Vincola
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