(Photo courtesy of Studio Ghibli)
From releasing its movies on Netflix to dropping Zoom backgrounds, Studio Ghibli is giving fans more access to its mystical world.
The Japanese company is letting fans use 400 still images from eight of Hayao Miyazaki’s classic films including “Ponyo,” “Spirited Away,” “The Wind Rises,” “The Secret World of Arrietty,” “From up on Poppy Hill,” “Tales from Earthsea,” “When Marnie Was There,” and “The Tale of Princess Kaguya.”
50 images from each film are offered, and could be used as computer desktop wallpaper or can be printed to be used as a room decoration.
However, fans are encouraged to use the images “within bounds of common sense,” according to the animation studio’s website.
The high quality images can be downloaded from Studio Ghibli’s official website.