Imaginary Forces and Peepshow Collective take home 2015 Emmys

Imaginary Forces snagged an Emmy for Outstanding Title Design with their work on the TV series, Manhattan. This is the studio’s third Emmy for title design; their first was for Masterpiece Theatre’s American Collection in 2001 and their second was for the (now) iconic Mad Men opener.

In the newly minted Outstanding Motion Design category, the award went to Peepshow Collective for their work on the PBS series, How We Got To Now With Steven Johnson, a fitting representative for the category going forward.

The 2015 Creative Arts Emmy Awards were announced Saturday night at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, marking the first ceremony of the 67th Emmy Awards.

Read more about the introduction of the Motion Design category on Motionographer


 

Editors note: This post was updated on September 14, 2015 to state that this was Imaginary Force’s third (not second) Emmy for Title Design.

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