Ghost in the Shell’s intro recreated

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Ghost in the Shell started out as a manga (comic) by Shirow Masamune in 1989. Then later Mamoru Oshii, a Japanese filmmaker, made an anime (animated film) version out of it in 1995.

Ghost in the Shell is now one of the most iconic anime’s of all time in which traditional animation is successfully combined with CGI. Inspiring movies like The Matrix.

So what happens when you recreate the intro of the original title sequence?

That’s what Ash Thorp and over 20 artists around the world did: a live-action recreation of 39 still frames from the original Ghost in the Shell’s title sequence.

The result? A top notch CGI project.

“What started as a photo tribute directed by Ash Thorp and Tim Tadder (photography), soon became a worldwide collaboration of more than 20 artists from around the world, with each and everyone coming together to help breath life into the project, resulting in the artistic interpretation you see below.”

 

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