The studio has over ten years of experience offering a complete set of design and production services for TV commercials to social media campaigns, title sequences to music promos as well as everything in between. As well as working with their talented in-house designers and illustrators Peepshow often collaborate with other artists to produce an eclectic mix of moving image projects.
Peepshow has created animations for clients such as Diesel, Dominos, Nike, Philips, SHOWstudio, Toyota and the London 2012 Olympic Games – and also worked on sequences for various channels including BBC, Channel 4, National Geographic and MTV. Recent plaudits include an Emmy award for Outstanding Motion Design for its work on the BBC-commissioned documentary series How We Got To Now.
Initially founded in 2000, Peepshow comprises and combines the talents of a number of hugely influential individual practitioners in the visual arts. The studio has garnered an international reputation for excellence, representing the best of British at expos for the British Council and also the Museum of Modern Art in Japan. Peepshow has also featured in shows at the ICA, the Hayward Gallery and Pick Me Up at Somerset House.
Selected clients include:
BBC, Channel 4, Crate & Barrel, Creative Review, Diesel, Faber & Faber, The Financial Times, Guardian, Kate Spade, MTV, National Geographic Studios, Newsweek, The New York Times, Nickelodeon, Nike, Parlophone, PBS, Penguin, Philips, Royal Mail, Samsung, Somerset House, Starbucks, The Telegraph, TIME, Toyota, Tumblr, UCLH, Variety, Vice, The V&A, Vogue Japan, Waitrose, Wallpaper, Washington Post, Wired, World of Interiors.