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Upcoming Art Exhibition Lets You Step into the World of "MIRAI"

Upcoming Art Exhibition Lets You Step into the World of "MIRAI"

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by May 15, 2018 Anime

Upcoming Art Exhibition Lets You Step into the World of “MIRAI”

 

 

Mamoru Hosoda’s upcoming film MIRAI (Mirai no Mirai in Japan) is already making waves, with film festival releases already lined up. To celebrate the film, and Hosoda’s continued contributions to the world of anime, Tokyo Dome City’s Gallery AaMo is launching a special exhibit featuring works past and present.

 

 

Besides works from MIRAI, fans will also be able to witness settings and artwork from The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Wolf Children, Summer Wars, and The Boy and the Beast.


Two different premium ticket packages will be offered. On sale now is an early-bird ticket that comes with a roll of masking tape decorated with characters from Hosoda’s films. The second, which will become available in June, comes with a limited-edition lanyard, also featuring character art from the movies.

 

 

In addition to standard exhibits, fans can look forward to life-sized recreations of both the family home and the all-important garden from MIRAI. Created in partnership with Suppose Design Office, the house interior will also serve as a display for materials from the making of the film. The garden display will use projection mapping to show the process of creating the setting.

 

 

MIRAI is Hosoda’s latest film, about a little boy who meets a future version of his soon-to-be-born baby sister, Mirai. Their adventures together help him learn how to cope with sharing his life with a younger sibling.

 

 

Gallery AaMo’s exhibit will run from July 25 to September 17. MIRAI opens in Japan on July 20.

 

>> Official MIRAI Website

>> Mamoru Hosoda Exhibit Website


Source: Anime! Anime!

 

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Kara Dennison is responsible for multiple webcomics, and is half the creative team behind the OEL light novel series Owl’s Flower. She blogs at karadennison.com and tweets @RubyCosmos. Her work can currently be read in Stranger Tales of the City from Obverse Books.












Source: Anime News
Upcoming Art Exhibition Lets You Step into the World of “MIRAI”

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