Dylan Glynn

Posted on Mar 15, 2016
Dylan Glynn
Dylan Glynn

Dylan Glynn began his career producing concept art for Men In Black 3 while completing his Bachelor of Animation at Sheridan College. Half animator-half illustrator, Glynn has lent his complimentary talents towards likes of The Huffington Post, Vice Magazine, and The Globe and Mail.

Grace, nature and sensitivity are the threads that pleat his body of work together. In his work, there can be found the recurring theme of “paradise lost and transcendence found ”, as may viewed in his one minute short film “Lost Daughter” - the story of a tribal girl who returns to her family after being kidnapped and sold. The story weaves back and forth between scenes of the healing ritual her tribe performs when she returns and snapshots of her kidnapping and escape.

Given his artistic orientation, it is unsurprising that Glynn has enjoyed numerous collaborations with yoga companies and other organizations who seek to promote a harmonious humanity.

Dylan can be found online at: dylanglynn.com and Instagram

Produced in association with: Temple Street and Boat Rocker Media
When working with our animators, we wanted to allow them the creative freedom to interpret the scenes in any way they wished. Instead of seeing a version of the scene they were to animate, storyboard artists were commissioned to create a visual guide for the animators.

Storyboard by Gergely Kapus

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