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Papercut Style Ghibli Postersby Michael Rogers

All 3 are available for sale at his Etsy Shop for $38.

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Sep 9, 2014 / 1,101 notes


I rewatched only yesterday last week, which is what mostly influenced my ghibli jam submission; the past of ghibli cheering itself on to new and greater things!

whether you are optimistic about the miyazaki-absent future of ghibli or not, there’s no denying that they’ll continue to make beautiful films in the future.

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Sep 9, 2014 / 43,809 notes


In response to the many, many enquiries as to where Fio and Arrietty were in the original post, just for fun, here’s the edit ^^

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Sep 9, 2014 / 18,091 notes


Máster Diseño Gráfico 2012-13. Proyecto personal de Sara Maese incluido en la Entrega Final de Máster: serie de carteles Studio Ghibli-Hayao Miyazaki (1984-2008). Incluye:

  1. Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984).
  2. Laputa: Castle in the Sky (1986).
  3. My Neighbor Totoro (1988).
  4. Kiki´s Delivery Service (1989).
  5. Porco Rosso (1992). 
  6. Princess Mononoke (1997).
  7. Spirited Away (2001).
  8. Howl´s Moving Castle (2004).
  9. Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea (2008).

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Sep 9, 2014 / 174 notes

Country Road + Studio Ghibli

Sep 9, 2014 / 3,210 notes

Country road, this old road, if you go right to the end, gotta feeling it’ll take me to that town, country road
Sep 9, 2014 / 369 notes

Country road, this old road, if you go right to the end, gotta feeling it’ll take me to that town, country road


lovely window shelf with books, vintage camera and paper bunting (by karahaupt on flickr)
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Jungle Book by Yusuke Oono

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Calendar — Pop-Up Poem Book by Éva Somogyi

This 3D poem-book created by pop-up technique was inspired by the twentieth-century Hungarian poet Miklós Radnóti’s lyrical cycle titled Calendar. The spatial compositions in the twelve spreads are linked to the main theme – the changes in nature with the seasons of the year. The whole cycle is about the changes and movements take place in nature. The small paper creations reflect the atmosphere and cyclical nature of the seasons in a clear but lyric and sensitive way – as the poems it selves do. Except in case of the typography I consciously used no colours but accidental lights, shadows and contrasts in order to create a smooth harmony of colours.

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