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New York's Spoke Gallery Hosts Hayao Miyazaki Tribute Exhibition

Left to Right- 'The Protector' by Felt Mistress, 'Rise To Meet It, If You Choose' by Deangus
The work of Studio Ghibli- and in particular of Hayao Miyazaki- has inspired artists the world over. This has meant that exhibitions inspired by these animated films have popped up in various places over the years. The latest of these has come to New York's Spoke Art Gallery, following a similar event previously held at their San Francisco branch.

The exhibit features incredible artworks (mainly paintings, but also including sculptures, engravings and other media) inspired by various Miyazaki films. Spirited Away and My Neighbour Totoro naturally feature heavily, but are joined by art inspired by Castle In The Sky, Ponyo, Kiki's Delivery Service and more.

If you'd love to have one of these beauties hanging on your wall the good news is that the majority exhibits are actually also on sale (with a handful having already been reserved). The bad news is that with the majority of the prices in excess of $1000 these are out of reach of all but the most dedicated (and flush with cash) collector. The exhibition opens its doors on Friday September 29, 2017 so if you're in the area, be sure to drop in and take a look!

Visit the exhibition page to preview all the featured exhibits.






Leonardo Santamaria - "Stealing Your Name" - 



Sarah Joncas- Princess Mononoke



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