• [Spirited Away: 30 Postcards (Product Image)]
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    Universe: Studio Ghibli
    Author: Studio Ghibli
    Published by: Chronicle Books
    £9.99 RRP £11.99
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Description

A must-have for animation fans of all ages, this postcard collection celebrates the award-winning masterpiece Spirited Away from Studio Ghibli, the legendary animation studio in Japan.

Featuring 30 final frames from the film-all hand-drawn and gorgeously detailed-these collectible, one-of-a-kind postcards take you on a remarkable journey through director Hayao Miyazaki’s fantastic supernatural spirit world.

LUXE POSTCARD FORMAT: 30 different full-color images printed on quality cardstock and bound in a portfolio cover. Cards are easy to remove to send or frame. Features a range of key scenes and characters from the film!

GREAT GIFT: Fans of Spirited Away, Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli will love this collection of postcards. A unique present for animation enthusiasts, collectors, and fans of Japanese art, stationery, and pop culture.

BELOVED STUDIO WITH MASSIVE FAN BASE WORLDWIDE: Miyazaki is often called the “Walt Disney of Japan.” The Ghibli Museum is a popular destination in Tokyo, seeing about 650,000 visitors a year. Six of Studio Ghibli’s films received Academy Award ® nominations in the United States.

AWARD-WINNING FILM: Spirited Away has received universal critical acclaim, winning the Academy Award ® for Best Animated Feature in 2003. Lauded as a masterpiece, the movie continues to appear on “best film” lists including in Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Time Out, and more.

© 2001 Studio Ghibli - NDDTM

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Postcard Book Or Pack
Cat. No.
5065318
EAN
9781797204260
ISBN
9781797204260