16.12.14 by Jeff

Animation of the Day: Panda Bear “Boys Latin”

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Here’s a glorious animation for Panda Bear, written and directed by Isaiah Saxon and Sean Hellfritsch (from Encyclopedia Pictura). Colour overload! Watch the video for “Boys Latin” below.


DIRECTED BY ISAIAH SAXON & SEAN HELLFRITSCH

Made at Encyclopedia Pictura in San Francisco

ANIMATION DIRECTOR
Eran Hilleli

ANIMATION
Jason Rayner, Daniel Moos, Viv Nikolich, Eran Hilleli, Avi Yeyni

MODELING
Kristifir Klein, Eran Hilleli, Jason Rayner

RIGGING
Lior Ben Horin, Kristifir Klein

SOUND DESIGN
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith

STORYBOARDING & ART DIRECTION
Isaiah Saxon

CINEMATOGRAPHY
Sean Hellfritsch

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
Mark DePace, Zachary Mortenson / Ghost Robot
Peter Berard / Domino Records

STAFF PRODUCER
Natasha Giliberti

Written and Produced by Isaiah Saxon and Sean Hellfritsch

MUSIC

Panda Bear













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



  • Joe

    Lovely. I wonder if there is a way to do this as a sort of live-action augmented-reality ballet.

  • ninobenito

    nice. wonderfully done.

  • John Hall

    This is kind of incredible

  • Alex

    Love this animation style

  • Damon Sherman

    is this about responsible, recreational drug use? Just with the image of the sea sponges sucking the people in, and the euphoric colors seems to give me that vibe.

  • Rodolfo Acevedo Roa

    This is so beautiful! for me this is about, love & family (homoparental family) and how people has to struggle it with external attacks (from homophobic people), recover and move on together.

    • Damon Sherman

      I don’t know, the main character wasn’t really coded with any gender. It could have easily been either a man or a woman with long-ish hair.





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