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Miyazaki from around the Net

My friend, Amber, is having a little girl in October, and her nursery theme is Studio Ghibli movies.  Her baby shower is this weekend, and I scoured the internet looking for Miyazaki themed pieces of art.  None of these are my original art work.  I took several images I found, vectorized them in Adobe Illustrator and played with them a little bit.  Enjoy.


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