Category: akira

raid71: Akira by Raid71

raid71:

Akira by Raid71

ca-tsuka:

ca-tsuka:

Some stills from “Bartkira – The Animated Trailer”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SWt6OQ4Nl4
http://vimeo.com/132616598

cheshirecatart: Print Link: http://etsy.me/…

cheshirecatart:

Print Link: http://etsy.me/2BnxHCw
I could write essays about how much Otomo Katsuhiro has inspired me. His approach to telling realistic and grounded stories revolutionized the manga industry, and there are few artists alive who can match his craftsmanship and attention to detail. Otomo brought this same passion to the animated version of Akira. Each frame of the film drips with hidden detail, and the design simultaneously immaculately precise (Neo-Tokyo) and artfully loose (Tetsuo’s transformation).

To date this is one of my favorite posters I’ve designed. I spent a little over a month testing and tweaking, drawing wire after wire and trying to mimic Otomo’s detail putting this together. The print version is really gorgeous, and I feel like I pushed my limits getting this one made.

I’d love to make an 18×24 version, potentially on some top shelf paper, so if that interests you, let me know. Also, to see the fullsized version, pop on over to my portfolio page to see a less compressed version: http://www.cheshirecatart.com/portfolio

thepostermovement: Akira by 17th&Oak

thepostermovement:

Akira by 17th&Oak

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rhubarbes: ArtStation – AKIRA – Optic Nerve J…

rhubarbes:

ArtStation – AKIRA – Optic Nerve Jar 視神経, Azzeddin Belhoucine (grazdgfx)

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neetols: Here’s to 30 years of Akira!

neetols:

Here’s to 30 years of Akira!

samuelyounart: My piece for the Akira 30th an…

samuelyounart:

My piece for the Akira 30th anniversary QPop Gallery show. Go check this and other awesome pieces at @qpopshop in Little Tokyo!

koolikeplastiic:

koolikeplastiic:

Just Pinned to T Y P O G R A P H Y: Akira 1988 https://ift.tt/2uq5Ksh

cain-junkyard: Tetsuo done in my style in hon…

cain-junkyard:

Tetsuo done in my style in honor for the 30th anniversary of AKIRA.

I love the movie, but I decided to do a more manga take on the character because not many people do.