Peepshow has achieved a rare alchemy: corralling a set of unique visual talents into a cohesive - and influential collective. Over the past 15 years, the group have worked across illustration, animation, set design, textiles and art direction for such clients as The Victoria & Albert Museum, M&C Saatchi, BBC and The New York Times, while also creating their own work for books, exhibitions and events worldwide. They represented the best of British image-making at expos for The British Council and The Museum of Modern Art, and have featured in shows at the ICA, the Hayward Gallery and were artist-in-residence at 'Pick Me Up', Somerset House in 2012.
As illustrators they have frequently appeared in publications such as The Guardian, The Observer, The Telegraph and The New York Times and their work regularly features in Creative Review, Design Week and Varoom. They have been asked to contribute to many books on the subject of illustration including Pen & Mouse, Illusive, The Fundamentals of Illustration, Picture Book and 50 Years Of Illustration. A retrospective book 'Peepshow Collective' was published by Index Book in 2012.
Peepshow's animation work has featured in advertising campaigns for Diesel, Dominos, Kaspersky, Nike, Philips and Toyota as well as appearing regularly on channels such as BBC, National Geographic, PBS, Channel 4 and MTV. In 2015 they won 'Outstanding Motion Design' at the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards for their work on the documentary series 'How We Got To Now With Steven Johnson'.
Selected client list includes:
BBC, Bloomingdales, Channel 4, Clinique, Crate & Barrel, Creative Review, Faber & Faber, The Financial Times, Guardian, Kate Spade, Microsoft, MTV, National Geographic, Newsweek, The New York Times, Nike, Nintendo, PBS, Penguin, Philips, Royal Mail, Sainsbury's, Samsung, Somerset House, Stoli Vodka, The Telegraph, TIME, Toyota, UCLH, Variety, Vice, The V&A, Vitra, Vogue Japan, Waitrose, Wallpaper, Washington Post, Wired, World of Interiors.