Hand-drawn animation moves to Vivaldi’s Summer. Sharp black lines denote shape, while color is created by thick, crayon-like textures. A red summer sun alights on the stage as the curtain pulls back on the performance. Dinosaurs, the ancient inhabitants of the world, rise out of a lake at sunset, a primordial tribute. Watermelon, that siren of summer, plays prima ballerina, spinning and halving across planar doodles.