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Paintings Inspired by Studio Ghibli

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When fan art can stand on its own merits. From Šarūnė Mac and the mad geniuses at Bored Panda.

“Brilliant Studio Ghibli animation has inspired many people in a lot of different ways. Their touching stories and incredibly detailed animation style have touched us all. Bored Panda has collected some of the best Miyazaki fans’ paintings to show what creative admirers are capable of.

From vibrant watercolors to a ‘Starry Night’ version of Totoro, these paintings will hopefully fill the void ’till Hayao Miyazaki finishes his newest animation. And if you are an artist yourself, we hope that these pieces will inspire you to create something awesome and add it to this list!”

#1 Totoro Starry Night Oil Painting By Sagittariusgallery

Totoro Starry Night Oil Painting By Sagittariusgallery

#2 Totoro By Vincent Belbari

Totoro By Vincent Belbari

#3 Princess Mononoke By Muju

Princess Mononoke By Muju

#4 Spirited Away By Yuumei

Spirited Away By Yuumei

#5 Hayao Miyazaki And Totoro By Ono Mono

Hayao Miyazaki And Totoro By Ono Mono

#6 Totoro And Winter Oil Painting By Villasukka

Totoro And Winter Oil Painting By Villasukka

#7 In The Air Indian Ink Painting By Louise Terrier

In The Air Indian Ink Painting By Louise Terrier

#8 Totoro And Hannah Indian Ink Painting By Louise Terrier

Totoro And Hannah Indian Ink Painting By Louise Terrier

#9 Ghibli Sleepover By Keh Choon Wee

Ghibli Sleepover By Keh Choon Wee 

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Author: Henry Herz

Children's book author

2 thoughts on “Paintings Inspired by Studio Ghibli

  1. SO enjoyable, Henry 🙂 The world is filled with so many amazingly gifted artists 🙂

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