Ghibli, say yes .... please!

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Message posted on: Friday 1st April 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: because why not allows fans to express their Ghibli love by expressing themselves through their art, through the characters they love.

Message posted on: Friday 1st April 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: this would make my wife incredibly happy!

Message posted on: Friday 1st April 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: sometimes people need objects to remind them of something good. Some of the most important lessons I've learned came from a Think I film. Having these prints will help.

Message posted on: Friday 1st April 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: Because this is a fantastic art style no one else has done for your amazing movies.

Message posted on: Friday 1st April 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: These prints would be a beautiful tribute to your studio's work!

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: because these guys make great art!

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why:

Lovers of Japanese culture automatically love your studio,too. Woodblock prints are an almost extinct part of Japanese art culture. David Bull has been working very hard to keep the art alive and you would make so many people happy by allowing him to honor your work in this traditional Japanese craft. Besides: free advertising!

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: I've been a Studio Ghibli fan ever since I first saw Princess Mononoke. My children love watching Ponyo and My Neighbor Totoro. I'm also a lover of traditional arts and crafts. This deal would both further Mokuhankan workshop's goal of keeping a traditional Japanese artistic tradition alive, and result in a treasured keepsake for your fans.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: because there needs to be more of this wonderful art out there in any form.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: I love your films, and I love these artists. I am certain they will treat your films, characters, and intellectual property with the respect it deserves. I would like the chance to celebrate my love for your films with these prints.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why:

His work is amazing!

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why:

David Bull is an exceptional wood block printer. He has made these prints exciting for people all over the world with his work on Ukiyo-e Heroes.

It seems fitting that such classical Japanese films as My Neighbor Totoro be printed in the Japanese woodblock style by a master printer.

I would absolutely love to place these on my mantle, where I can be reminded of those fond moments that Ghibli created.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: woodblock printing is a traditional Japanese art, and I think it's wonderful that a modern artist wishes to continue making traditional Japanese art of Japanese characters and scenes. Mr. Bull's woodblock prints are beautiful, and I think it would be a shame if Ghibli turned down an opportunity for their characters to be represented in such a classic and artistic way. There is a lot of art in Ghibli films, so I feel that moving still frames to another medium only compliments the films themselves. On a more pragmatic note, I think this is a good way for them to make some money, since Mr. Bull intends to compensate them for use of their intellectual property. I see no downside to this idea. Please allow Mr. Bull to make his beautiful woodblock prints!

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Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: it is amazing!!

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: The quality of the Mokuhankan Studio is amazing and would fit in with the lineup of existing Ghibli merchandise perfectly.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: Its a beautiful way to celebrate the stunning art in Studio Ghibli films.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: To produce prints from the Studio Ghibli movies would be amazing, especially in the traditional Japanese woodblock style. Myself as well as my kids give this a resounding YES!

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: Aside from my own personal relationship to your movies and their cultural presence in an otherwise monocultural world, and my obsession with skilled art(ists), allowing a small collection of studio ghibli (namely, Princess mononoke and Ponyo) would be the best gift I could give any of the women in my life, and quite possibly win over the woman of my dreams (I'm 27). Making Studio Ghibli images available in woodblock form is a perfect celebration of how real and alive these stories are for our world.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why:

The traditional practice of Japanese woodblock printmaking is the perfect medium to portray the beautiful artwork from Mr. Miyazaki's masterpieces.

The prints being produced in a Japanese shop and using traditional techniques should be seen as a passionate homage to the Ghibli films, and will give fans of both printmaking and Studio Ghibli an opportunity to show their support and own a wonderful piece of art.

Message posted on: Thursday 31st March 2016

Ghibli, say 'yes' please! Here's why: Being able to have a copy of this traditional Japanese art form as a representation of some of the most iconic films from Studio Ghibli would be awesome. I think a collaboration would produce beautiful pieces that many people would cherish for years to come.


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