Spotlight: Dylan Glynn

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The work of Toronto-based animator/illustrator Dylan Glynn explores strange realms and psychospiritual themes. His animated short film Circle Square, an official selection at the Utopia Film Festival and elsewhere, concerns a circle struggling to come to terms with his identity in a staunchly cubical world.

Below is the dazzling Who Are You series, which originally appeared here. In it, Glynn meanders between the bright and the spooky in image after lustrous image.

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Dylan Glynn is an animator/Illustrator based in Toronto and a graduate of Sheridan College’s Animation program. His short film Circle Square premiered at the Utopia Film Festival as part of the Utopian and Dystopian Visions Program and had its European premier in London, England, as part of the Let’s All Be Free Film Festival. The film was also an Official Selection for the Hearts and Minds Film Festival. Follow Dylan on Tumblr or Twittter. More from this author →