Yesterday I was at Barnes & Noble and stumbled upon a new and intriguing Studio Ghibli book. I pride myself on my Ghibli collection, but I hadn't heard of this book before - not surprising considering that the book was printed only last year in 2021.
The book, Studio Ghibli: The Complete Works, is basically an encyclopedia of all things Ghibli. I just started reading it last night so I'm still reviewing it, but it contains facts, trivia, movie synopses, history, interviews, movie stills, poster designs and other fun bonuses.
I first heard about Studio Ghibli when I was in college and have been obsessed with their movies and artwork for over 10 years now. Their films and particularly the work of Hayao Miyazaki have really inspired me as an artist so I'm really glad that I spotted this book and plan to enjoy all the great information inside.