The future of travel, imagined by the Layzell Bros

Perfectly timed to be completed while the current issue of CR features them, animation duo The Layzell Bros have finished their latest film – for Fox’s late night all-animation programming slot: Animation Domination High Def (ADHD)

Perfectly timed to be completed while the current issue of CR features them, animation duo The Layzell Bros have finished their latest film – for Fox‘s late night all-animation programming slot: Animation Domination High Def (ADHD)

The two and a half minute film cements the directing duo’s growing reputation as purveyor’s of brilliantly observed but puerile humour with something of a dark twist (warning: it’s not particularly SFW). Entitled Future Travel, it is set in the future and features a lonely man attempting to meet and impress a woman using all the technological gadgets at his disposal…

Credits:

Directors Layzell Bros
Production company Blinkink
Executive producer James Stevenson Bretton
Produced by ADHD

Read our profile on rising animation stars The Layzell Bros in the current issue of Creative Review. Subscribers can read it online here.

See more work by The Layzell Bros at layzellbros.com.

 

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