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Artists recreate ‘Ghost in the Shell’ intro with still photography

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Artists recreate ‘Ghost in the Shell’ intro with still photography

Fast on the heels of the impressive live-action fan trailer for Akira comes a stunning homage to another pioneering sci-fi anime: Designer/illustrator Ash Thorp brought together more than 30 artists for a live-action recreation of the opening of 1995’s Ghost in the Shell using still photography. The result, the 39-frame Project 2501, is mind-blowing — and frequently not safe for work.

“I originally wanted this to be just a fun side project to create with some friends on my free time over a time span of a month, if that,” Thorp told The Verge. “But as we opened up the opportunities it got bigger and more complicated as the team grew.”

You can see some of the frames, as well as a NSFW making-of video, below; there are of course more on Thorp’s site.

(via io9.com)

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