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Richard J. Evans Reimagines the Studio Ghibli Universe in 8-Bit

Reviving the overexposed world of 8-bit art, English artist Richard J. Evans pays tribute to the iconic Japanese anime film company Studio Ghibli by reimaging some of its famous characters with the above pixilated renderings. Evans mentioned on his Behance page that he developed this series “to celebrate the theatrical release of The Wind Rises, said to be the last animated feature from legendary (Studio Ghibli) director Hayao Miyazaki.” Inspired by a range of films that span nearly three decades, select images from “8-bit Ghilbli” can be seen above with the full collection viewable here.

Date: Apr 24, 2014  /  Views: 5878  /  Author: Robert Marshall  /  Source: Richard J. Evans
Category: Arts  /  Tags: Art, Hayao miyazaki, Richard j. evans, Studio ghibli