From Realistic Totoro Renditions to Reinvented Lush Cityscapes

 - Nov 16, 2012
Anime is widely known as a fantasy world where anything, no matter how twisted and far-stretched, is possible and Miyazaki Hayao plays a large role in these inventions as seen in these Ghibli-inspired creations.

Most widely known for films such as Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, Laputa: Castle in the Sky, Tonari no Totoro and Howl's Moving Castle, Miyazaki Hayao's movies have inspired fans and artists to create some of the nerdiest and most extravagant artworks based on the fantasy worlds he created. The fascination with Studio Ghibli is by no means restricted to LEGO replicas, steampunked models of Howl's castle, Kiki latte art and realistic renditions of the famous anime characters. Just like there are no limitations to Miyazaki Hayao's fantastical universes, none exist for all Ghibli-inspired creations either.