28.06.12 by Jeff

Happy Life by Xin Sun and Yun Li

Happy Life animation by SUN EGG Xin Sun and Yun Li
I recently came across exquisite little animation by Xin Sun and Yun Li. They make work together in Berlin under the name SUN & EGG. I believe you are seeing two masters at the beginning of their careers.

I love everything about this; the characters, the story, the details like the way the guy shoos away the monsters. The sound is incredible. Amazing work all around.

Watch “Happy Life” below!

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Elle

    Love the fast-paced animation especially during the dance and yes, Incredible sounds! 





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