Official high-quality reproduction of Hiroshi Ohno's production imageboard for the AKIRA animated film, published by the Riekeles Gallery.
Format: 50 x 70 cm (or 19.68 x 27.56 inches)
Limited edition (500 copies)
|Hiroshi Ohno (大野広司)
Illustration format: 50 x 70 cm (or 19.68 x 29.56 inches), offset printing on high quality paper Magno Volume 200 g/m².
This illustration shows the production imageboard, used during pre-production to direct the artwork of the film AKIRA and features the second-to-last scene of the film, just after seeing Neo Tokyo explode to ashes, Tetsuo and his friends drive towards the ruins of the city.
As seen in the animated film:
Hiroshi Ohno (大野広司) is the art director of the animated film Kiki's Delivery Service, and an excellent artist, with some of the most iconic paintings depicting the film's many landscapes and backgrounds.
Director of Studios FUGA, Hiroshi Ohno also worked as art director for Hiroyuki Okiura on the film Letter to Momo (2011) and for Mamoru Hosoda on the film The Wolf Children, Ame & Yuki. In 2015, he was also the art director for Keiichi Hara's Miss Hokusai, which won the Jury Prize at the Annecy Animation Festival.
This print is published by Galerie Riekeles in collaboration with the artist and Kodansha. It is a high-quality reproduction, as faithful as possible to the original work, accurately rendering down to the smallest detail the breathtaking landscapes and backgrounds that helped make the anime from which they are taken internationally successful.
The care taken with the choice of paper and the printing technique make these posters real collectors' items.
Discover more about the creator of Akira, Katsuhiro Ôtomo:
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