Ghibli layout exhibition has a wonderful update on the upcoming exhibition Studio Ghibli Layout Designs, happening in Tokyo this summer. The post is a great read, as you’ll find some really interesting insights from Takahata, Miyazaki and Suzuki.


10 Responses to “Ghibli layout exhibition”

  1. Man Arenas Says:

    it will be an amazing happening for sure ^_^

  2. Alessandra Sorrentino Says:

    che meraviglia.. :”(
    fatti gli occhi anche per me se riuscirai ad andare!

  3. Adrian Says:

    Spirited Away! I like this Anime very much!

  4. dan Says:

    Hey Enrico, not sure if you’ve seen this, I’m sure if you had you’d have posted it.

  5. Enrico Says:

    Man Arenas – yah, too bad I probably won’t get a chance to see it … maybe they’ll have a nice catalogue book.

    Alessandra- :) e magari …

    Adrian – yah! me too.

    dan – yes I saw that indeed … but thanks for sharing it anyway …
    I think around three people forwarded it to me the link morning. :) go figure why uh? ;)


  6. Enrico Says:

    oh by the way … I think I would love to kill the producer of that japanese tv show … that is the most annoying way to show images from the movie !! With all these random people having to comment on every single shot !!! BAD bad japanese tv !!


  7. Enrico Says:

    well maybe not kill … I am a pacifist …

  8. dan Says:

    haha, i figured as much. Yeah, I agree, the constant commenting was super annoying. The film looks outstanding tho, I loved the saturated colors, seemed a bit of a departure for them. I’m not watching anything else tho, all I wanted was a a taste, and now I wait…

  9. blauereiter Says:

    Hey Enrico, I’ll be visiting this exhibition when it starts, perhaps I can grab a copy of the book for you, if no one else is. :]

  10. elmimmo Says:

    Hey Enrico,

    Side-related: how do you feel about this piece of news?: Fullfill your dream of becoming and animator at Studio Ghibli and enjoy you $1,600/month salary. Seen at

    (if my Japanese somehow betrayed me, I’d be delighted to be illustrated)