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Viz Media Talks ‘The Art Of The Wind Rises’ Art Book

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Viz Mdia is set to bring out the next installment in the slow but growing collection of art books with The Art of The Wind Rises. The hardcover book is set for release on April 8th in print form only and will be priced at $34.99. The art book follows in the line of other Studio Ghibli art books that Viz Media has released in the past, including such titles as Howl’s Moving Castle and Nausicaa. Similar to those books, this new edition that deals with Hayao Miyazaki’s latest (and last) feature film will provide an extensive look at the work and what it entails with a lot of beautiful images.

The Wind Rises is an epic story set during an important era in Japan’s history, and we very excited to complement Miyazaki’s landmark film with the release of this wonderfully illustrated new hardcover art book,” says Masumi Washington, Senior Editorial Director. “THE ART OF WIND RISES captures the evolution of the designs and characters that brought this captivating story to life. Join us to celebrate the work of one of the world’s most visionary animation directors with this new release from our Studio Ghibli imprint.”

THE ART OF THE WIND RISES is the newest title in VIZ Media’s acclaimed collection of full-color, hardcover Art Books based on Studio Ghibli films. Fans can also enjoy THE ART OF SPIRITED AWAY, THE ART OF HOWL’s MOVING CASTLE, THE ART OF MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO, THE ART OF NAUSICAÄ, THE ART OF PORCO ROSSO and more. VIZ Media also publishes two notable biographical memoirs of Hayao Miyazaki that feature an insightful collection of essays, interviews, memoirs, and illustrations from legendary animation director – STARTING POINT: 1979-1996, which charts Miyazaki’s early days, and TURNING POINT: 1997-2008, which examines the critical stage in the director’s career when his animated films such as Princess Mononoke, Howl’s Moving Castle, and Ponyo began to garner a significant international audience.