Fantadroms

The Perfect Animated Show Is From Latvia: Fantadroms

Fantadroms

Fantadroms

Fantadroms

Fantadroms

Fantadroms

Fantadroms

Fantadroms

Fantadroms

Fantadroms

Fantadroms

Inés wrote an article over on Vice Mexico about this perfect Latvian show called Fantadroms.

There are a handful of episodes on YouTube but user Koros84 has three episodes with pretty good quality video especially embedded here:

A good place to start, episode 11, in which you learn about the shiny pink guy’s internal anatomy:

Here is episode 7, in which the jealous battle for the yellow space cat’s attention between mouse and purple space-cat heats up:

An origin story of sorts is included in episode 1. It is a good thing they got rid of this dead-weight kid sooner or later after this episode:

Letter to Meathaus: Wren McDonald

Letter to Meathaus: Wren McDonald

Letter to Meathaus: Wren McDonald

Letter to Meathaus: Wren McDonald

Letter to Meathaus: Wren McDonald

Letter to Meathaus: Wren McDonald

Letter to Meathaus: Wren McDonald

Check it out Wren McDonald sent Meathaus a package with digital duplicator printed comics, sketchbook and postcard that reads:

“MEATHAUS is always an inspiration. Keep up the good work! ☺︎ -wren”

Thanks Wren. Please keep reading Meathaus websites and books even though it took four months to post you letter. It slipped through our tight set of protocols and methodologies, redundant fail-safes and back-up plans. After languishing in the P.O. box for a month I think it was in that pile over there for a few months. See, the P.O. box is the late-posting-guilt container. It allows letters to pile up there for a bit unseen before getting picked up and hitting the posting pile all at once. That way there isn’t a constant dribble of letters to Meathaus coming in, each one calling out to be read, fondled and appreciated almost always at inappropriate times. Some delays have occurred in timely posting.

But back to your package. Wren sent over PLANTR, What’s In Brick’s Bag, and Channel: a Wren McDonald Sketchbook. PLANTR is my favorite with delightful office scenes and plant-aliens. What’s In Brick’s Bag has a slice of life short story about Brick who lives in this crappy techno future that is really difficult to get around in but contains lots of consumer tech-gadgets that convert matter into different forms and can replicate replicated flowers. See more from Wren on his website and Tumblr where you can read and buy Brick’s Bag and also see a previous Meathaus post.

We are all meat in the end