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Studio Ghibli's Free To Use Image Library

Studio Ghibli's Free To Use Image Library

Written by Chris

2020.10.12 Bookmark

Studio Ghibli has released a free to use image library with 400 images from eight of their most popular films, and more to be added!

Studio Ghibli Releases Extensive Image Library

Great news for Stuido Ghibli fans! The world-famous animation studio has released a collection of 400 free to use images from eight of their best-known movies, including Spirited Away and The Wind Rises.

Studio Ghibli's Free To Use Image Library

Image courtesy of Studio Ghibli
Studio Ghibli films are known for their gorgeous visuals. From the bright, fun characters of “Spirited Away” to the artistic, sketchbook feel of “Princess Kaguya,” this collection is full of nostalgic and dramatic artwork.

Studio Ghibli's Free To Use Image Library

Image courtesy of Studio Ghibli
While the collection currently contains a selection of stills from eight movies, Studio Ghibli has announced that they will continue to expand it over the coming months. If you’re a fan of their older classics, keep an eye out for your favorites to be added!

When Marnie Was There

The Tale of Princess Kaguya

The Wind Rises

From Up on Poppy Hill

The Secret World of Arrietty

Ponyo

Tales from Earthsea

Spirited Away

Studio Ghibli's Free To Use Image Library

Image courtesy of Studio Ghibli
Studio Ghibli has provided the images as a free-to-use library “within the bounds of common sense,” so they make for fantastic desktop or smartphone wallpapers, or a great gallery of art to page through and enjoy at your own pace.

Studio Ghibli's Free To Use Image Library

Image courtesy of Studio Ghibli
If you’re looking for more Studio Ghibli, check out these articles on Studio Ghibli themed destinations around Japan!

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