23.11.11 by Jeff

The Shrine

“The Shrine” by Fleet Foxes. I love Stacey Rozich’s work and it’s amazing to see her illustrations brought to life by Sean Pecknold and Britta Johnson. More of this please.

The Shrine by Fleet Foxes animation by Sean Pecknold & Britta Johnson

Watch this epic 8-minute animation below!


http://www.grandchildren.tv/

http://staceyrozich.com

http://fleetfoxes.com/

 

CREDITS

Music: Fleet Foxes
Album: Helplessness Blues
Director: Sean Pecknold
Animators: Sean Pecknold & Britta Johnson
Character Illustrations: Stacey Rozich
Art Assistant: Natalie Jenkins
Producer: Aaron Ball
Multiplane: Greg Pecknold
Post/Edit : Sean Pecknold
AE Assist: Austin Wilson
Sound FX: Shervin Shaeri
Story: Sean Pecknold
Labels: Bella Union & Sub Pop
Made in Portland, Oregon
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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Jerrrrrry

    yep this is pretty awesome

  • Chelsea

    Amazing. If you are reading this comment thinking – ‘hmm 8 minutes- should I?’ My answer is, yes, yes you should.

    • ya maybe i shouldn’t have put that? does it deter people?

      • Chelsea

        Unfortunately I think it does sometimes- I think with the immediacy of everything these days 8 minutes is a long time.

  • just amazing

  • mariekie tzatziki

    wouw just incredible.. can watch it all day long.. fleet foxes do rock!





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