Ghost in the Shell is one of my favorite animated movies ever. The cyberpunk thriller is filled with so many immersive elements from the incredible music to it’s unique art direction. One of the elements that made the film stand out so much was it’s incredible attention to detail when it comes to the landscapes and architecture in the film. Many shots, drawings, and stills from the film part of a new exhibition “Anime Architecture,” now on view at Berlin’s Museum for Architectural Drawing.
032c’s with the curator Stefan Riekeles about building the future seen in the film, click over to 032c to read the entire feature.