Design Collective Peepshow Thinks Outside the Box for Science Show Animations

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Creative collective Peepshow created the title sequence as well as 70 animated sequences for PBS' new science series How We Got to Now.

As Creative Review explains, "Science-related motion graphics often rely on slick infographics and zooming shots of planets and galaxies, but the sequences in How We Got to Now have a lo-fi, handmade feel. In some scenes, line drawings are overlaid on live action footage, while others combine black and white photography with sketches of planes, trains, buildings, cityscapes and scientific formulae, creating a varied, layered style."

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How We Got To Now With Steven Johnson / Clean from Peepshow Collective on Vimeo.



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