Anyway, what i enjoy about 'Heart' is the style. Visually it borrowed elements from Surrealism.First thing that ran through my mind was Salvador Dali's 'La Persistencia de la Memoiria' orThe Persistance of Memory, which happen to my favorite artist.
Its interesting to note that Salvador Dali collaborated with Walt Disney back in 50s to produce a short animation base on Dali's work.It was quite an extraordianry venture for the two giants of the visual world but unfortunately, the project was shelved due to financial difficulty as a result of WWII.
The project was resurrected in 2003 by Walt's nephew Roy E. Disney after having stumbled upon Dali's sketches and drawings in the Disney Archives. Directed by French Director Dominque Monfrey, the animation short was called 'Destino',music written by Mexican songwriter Armando Dominguez and performed by Dora Luz.
It was a brilliant piece. A beautiful convergence of music and visual art.
Despite the dominance of 3D technology in today's world, both 'Heart' and 'Destino' proves there is still something beautiful about 2D art that can't be achieve through a stylus. The art of drawing frame by frame,is a form of expression that has its own language and aesthetic. It's Timeless.