Ghibli, say yes .... please!

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Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: because I will buy them. I just need them to exist first.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: these would be an incredible way to remember the experiences we've had watching these movies!!

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: I would buy the heck out of a Howl's Moving Castle print. 動く城お願い致します!

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why:

Your films are beautiful in story and in animation. Why not have them be in this beautiful traditional art form as well?

Please let these become a reality to be sold in your gift shop and online!!

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: I've grown up on Ghibli films and have always felt refreshed/happy/sad and inspired after each viewing. Now when I think Ghibli I feel nostalgia - something that Dave Bull and his team also create with their woodblock prints. My grandmother has gifted me Japanese woodblock prints over the years. They are now some of my most prized possessions and I consider them artifacts. I think it would be amazing for Dave Bull to be able to create modern artifacts in the form of woodblock prints featuring art from animation and stories that are loved by so many. I hope this reaches you well - the people would sure be happy :)

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: What a wonderful way to honor Studio Ghibli with the tradition of woodblock prints.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: I want to believe that Ukiyo-e Heroes possesses the same level of quality and detail that has made me fall in love with most of Ghibli's iconic works. Such a collaboration would be a dream come true.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: Jed Henry and David Bull have brought popular culture to the world through a superb japanese art form. Please allow them to continue this tradition with your outstanding characters and art!

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: I've lived your films and that it is still hand drawn! A collaboration of these two traditional mediums would be amazing

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

I couldn't think of anything better for merchandising for studio ghibli, its tradition, respectful, and absolutely beautiful. I would have thought Miyuzaki himself would be proud to have prints like these for sale.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: Because this would be amazing. That's why.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: I love both the Studio Ghibli films and the woodblock prints that the Mokuhankan workshop have made. They do such a fabulous job. Having 12 different prints and a wooden box that serves as both storage and stand would be very nice.

Thank you.

Kathleen

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: I adore Ghibli films and would love to be able to express this with artworks around my house. It's difficult to get artwork that depict Ghibli films, especially quality work. These guys do beautiful, inspired pieces and it would be wonderful to see the collaboration there. It would merely compliment Ghibli's tireless efforts to their artform of film by allowing artistic license to this group. Please say yes :)

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why:

THIS SHIT IS MF LIT, I WANT 200

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: This feels like a true labor of love and very much in the true spirit of Totoro. I would love to have a print of this.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: fantastic stories in traditional Japanese block prints is a perfect combination! The Mokuhankan workshop is known for their fantastic art, and would treat the prints with the respect they deserve.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: This is the perfect marriage of a traditional Japanese craft (woodblock printmaking) and Ghibli Studios animation art. David Bull and Mokuhankan Studios have the skill and respect to make these lovely art pieces. I would treasure them if I was allowed to collect them. Thank you!

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Holy moly! This project would be a dream come true! I've been a Ghibli fan for a long time, and relished the opportunity to visit the museum while I was in Tokyo. Ukiyoe Heroes brought me to David and his beautiful work. Its so exciting to see a vanishing artform brought back to life with the dedication and authenticity Mr. Bull has shown for it. Please please please let this collaboration happen so I can further flesh out my Ghibli art collection!

Message posted on: Wednesday 30th March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: I'm a big fan of Ghibli and woodblock prints!! These images are nostalgic for me, and is art I want to have in my home.

Message posted on: Wednesday 30th March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: Ghibli has always been on the forefront of amazing artwork and storytelling that always has this lovely, hand-crafted feel to it. Your art never fails to impress, and always has a message for all ages to find and learn.As an artist who treasures the traditional medias, immortalizing snippets of your lovely animations (or even scenarios that happen after the film is over) in such a hand-crafted form would not only add a new depth and magic to the scenes, but also keep the art of Ukiyo-e alive for new generations to appreciate!This would absolutely be so magical! Please say yes!! :D


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