Miyazaki meets Warhol in this series of soup can prints

Designer and illustrator Hyo Taek Kim pays tribute to the films of anime legend Hayao Miyazaki with a series of Andy Warhol-inspired prints.

Called the "Special Soup Series," the project is of course a play on Warhol's famed Campbell's Soup Cans, only here each of the 10 cans represents one of Miyazaki's classics, from 1984's Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind to 1997's Princess Mononoke to 2013's The Wind Rises.

All 10 prints are available for purchase at society6.

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(via Fubiz)


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