This is sooo cool!!
This is the illustration I drew for š! #13 “Life is Live” last page.Format A6, 22 artists, 164 pages, full-color, amazing as always.Order it here!
Here’s more stuff from instagram. Bigger pieces soon, promise.
The Godfather illustration is for another Bright Wall / Dark Room article, the traffic jam is for The New Republic, the lady on the phone is for The New Yorker.
The cuties at the bottom are for a GX2 badge; speaking of which, the GX3 kickstarter went up recently and if you like inclusive gaming conventions you should certainly support them!
how does something this small even exist? is this a pig molecule? i need to lay down a while
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gimme it gimme it gimme it gimme it
"what music are you into?"
"i like this! it’s very grown up…"
I took my cat on his first walk yesterday
The rumors of Studio Ghibli‘s demise have been flying for years, and intensified when co-founder Hayao Miyazaki announced his retirement from directing feature films. And while the Gibli documentary The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness hasn’t been officially released in the US, one sequence from the film has been floating around over the past week. In that sequence Miyazaki says “the future is clear. It’s going to fall apart. I can already feel it.” But has Studio Ghibli closed already? Nope!
No matter what a badly-translated quote said as it did the tumblr and internet rounds on Sunday, the studio is still moving forward.
Ghibli co-founder and current general manager Toshio Suzuki has appeared on Japanese television program Jonetsu Tairiku on Sunday to talk about what the studio may do in the wake of Miyazaki’s retirement. While he said that one option would be to shut down the production department, the takeaway is that Studio Ghibli is looking into “housecleaning” or “restructuring” as it prepares for the future.
Suzuki also retired from producing earlier this year, which was taken as further sign that Ghibli’s active efforts in production might cease.
Today, however, Anime News Network reports
While there has been talk among some about dissolving the studio outright, Suzuki emphasized that the truth is that the studio is considering “housecleaning” or restructuring for now. The end result would be “rebuilding” the studio and creating an environment for the next generation.
Suzuki also said, “On what to do with Studio Ghibi’s future, it is by no means impossible to keep producing [movies] forever.”
When Marnie Was There, released in Japan last month and likely to hit the US next year, is the most recent feature film from Studio Ghibli.
And those are the facts!
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I DON’T KNOW what to believe ;;