About

Dylan Glynn began his career producing concept art for Men In Black 3 while completing his Bachelor of Animation at Sheridan College. Half animator-half illustrator, Glynn has lent his complimentary talents towards likes of The Huffington Post, Vice Magazine, and Thought Catalog. Grace, nature and sensitivity are the threads that pleat his body of work. He is currently based in Toronto, Canada.

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Spotlights and Testimonials:

Featured as Cartoon Brew’s “Artist of the Day” August 22 2016

“Gaia Girls” was selected and exhibited as a part of the 2016 World Illustration Awards hosted by the Association of Illustrators

Lost Daughter was selected for Vimeo’s Staff Favourites of 2015 by Malika Butler who wrote;

“There are a myriad of different narratives that remain unheard or receive little to no public attention. Amongst them sits “Lost Daughter,” a beautiful yet harrowing illustration of a young woman’s experience. I highly recommend this piece to those who appreciate charming motion pieces paired with meaningful perspectives.”

Interview for Canadian Animation Resources, April 27, 2015- Showcase: “Lost Daughter”

“Lover’s Overlap” was a chosen winner for American Illustration 34 in 2015

Illustration and short narrative works have been published by literary magazine The Rumpus, where Glynn was spotlit on July 24th 2013, The Bygone Bureau and Malicka Chopra’s Intent.com

“Dylan’s work is rich in narrative. I was first drawn to his style because of his ability to create an emotional resonance through his use of color and refreshing character interpretations. I had complete trust in Dylan through our collaboration and look forward to working with him again.”– Ryan FitzGibbon, Founder and Director of Hello Mr. Magazine

Partial client list includes: Columbia Pictures, the Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC), The Globe and Mail, Vice Magazine, The Huffington Post, Thought Catalog, Elephant Journal, Canal Plus, Arte TV, Canal J, Intent.com, Eckhart Teachings, Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, Lovereading.co, Moksha Yoga, Sideshow Collectibles, Maasai Wilderness Foundation,  Sejer Bordas Publishing,