‘Karigurashi no Arietty’ x Yohei Taneda

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‘Karigurashi no Arietty’ x Yohei Taneda

Yohei Taneda, an award winning production designer who has previously worked on a number of smash-hit films including Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Kill Bill Vol.1’ and Koki Mitani’s ‘The Magic Hour’, brings to life the magical world of Studio Ghibli’s latest film, ‘The Borrowers’ (‘Karigurashi no Arrietty’) – which tells the story of a family of tiny people who secretly live their lives under the floorboards of a regular-sized house – in an exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo. The design for the exhibition, which takes up a whopping 1,200-square-meters, is based on drawings and designs from the film and, by clever use of a number of oversize items, allows visitors a small insight into what it might be one of the film’s tiny characters themselves. Open from July 17 – the same day as the opening of the film.

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