The first music video from The Moonheads, the band from the graphic novel "Moonhead and the Music Machine", published by Nobrow available at: http://www.nobrow.net/16091.
This song and the album "Loosen Your Neck" are available at: https://themoonheads.bandcamp.com and on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and other online musical stores.
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I recently completed installing artwork onto the walls of the X-Ray Room at University College Hospital in London. A big thank you to Omni Colour for printing/fabrication/installation & Alex Plaza for project management. You can see more of Peepshow Collective's work at UCLH here.
I have some pieces on show at the TOYS exhibition at The Christmas Steps Gallery, Bristol, from the 12th-22nd November, along with over 30 artists and illustrators. All work will be for sale for the duration of the show, with all money made supporting The Wallace & Gromit Grand Appeal - The Bristol Children's Hospital Charity. The exhibition is created and curated by David McMillan, Jayde Perkin and Ed Cheverton.
Peepshow Collective have created the animated graphic sequences for the new six part series How We Got To Now. The series is a co-production between PBS and Nutopia and will premiere on 15th October on PBS. The show is presented by popular American science author Steven Johnson and explores the legacy of great ideas.
Peepshow created 6 bespoke title sequences and 73 animated segments on a variety of topics ranging from Hollywood actress Hedy Lamarr’s invention of a frequency hopping torpedo to how Boyle’s Law and the nature of gases led to the invention of artificial refrigeration.
Tasked with creating both narrative sequences and explainer sections within one distinctive style Peepshow blended line drawings and hand painted elements with a collage of cut-out photographic elements, blocks of colour and hand written notation. This created a strong visual language for the series and helped to connect and unify the various resources and archive material available.
The resulting collage imagery was art-directed by Luke Best and brought to life by a small team of animators over 8 months.
HOW WE GOT TO NOW WITH STEVEN JOHNSON premieres Wednesdays, October 15, 9 - 11 p.m. and October 22 - November 12, 10 - 11 p.m. ET on PBS.
Another quick turnaround for the good folks at Variety. This accompanies a story about the upcoming winter film schedule and whether or not it will be able to bring the box office numbers back up after a not-so-hot summer season. Read here.
For one day at the Paper Cut exhibition at The Proud Archivist, I challenged all budding inventors to create a prototype for an invention that doesn’t yet exist. What machine or device would improve the world, enhance your life, solve a problem or grant a wish?
A host of incredible prototypes were created including a Lost Toy Finder, an Aremac (reverse camera that turns photos into reality), two Money Making Machines, a mechanical Carrot Cut Machine and Happiness Button, the Time Stop device, a Tickling Machine (for burglars), the i-Fire-U splurge gun that seeks out its victims, The Cloud (time machine), a Mixella (device that combines two things into one) and a Party Robot (see above).
See more here.
Thanks to Nick White for all his amazing help and prototype technical know-how!