Studio Ghibli Releases 400 Free Images from Its Movies #ArtTuesday
From releasing its movies on Netflix and HBO, to offering free desktop wallpaper or giving access to its soundtracks, Studio Ghibli is sharing more than usual with its fans lately, Via The Verge
Studio Ghibli has released a treasure trove of 400 free-to-use images from eight of its classic movies. The images, which are available on the studio’s website, come from From Up On Poppy Hill, Ponyo, Spirited Away, The Tale of The Princess Kaguya, The Secret World of Arrietty, Tales From Earthsea, When Marnie Was There, and The Wind Rises. Studio Ghibli says it will release images from all of its films over time.
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