Animation posters is one the most popular categories, especially with children. Cartoons and animated shows play a big part in the upbringing of children and most of our childhoods.Read more They are one of the first friends we gain, characters that we learn from and look up to, as well as an almost endless source of entertainment for any kid. Animation posters can be the perfect adornment in any child's bedroom, study area or play space. These affable and cute motifs can be altered in accordance with your overall design plan and colour schemes. Use animation posters to spruce up and revitalize the room you have chosen for revamping. There is plenty to choose from indeed.

The center of animation posters

Photowall always insists on variety in every category, no matter what the particular subject. In animation posters, there is a wide array of characters and figures, with the most prominent motifs coming from Studio Ghibli, the animation house set up by Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata in 1985. There is Castle in the Sky, from the movie of the same name, which has a quirky vibe to it and a hit of the exotic with its Japanese letters. However, the more known and present animation posters come in the form of these two films, My Neighbor Totoro and Grave Of The Fireflies. While the former is bright, tender and upbeat, the latter is bleak and harsh. Although worlds apart in their tone and styles, these two animated masterpieces have more in common than initially apparent. Both are told from the perspective of young children, and both are about Japan’s turbulent history during and after the devastating Second World War. With animation posters like My Neighbor Totoro or Grave of the Fireflies, you do not only bring tremendous beauty into your space, but also nostalgia and a great subject for conversation. Not to mention, your geek and cinephile credits will shoot through the roof.

The Fab Four

One of the greatest bands the world has ever seen, did not only make catchy and significant records, but even dabbled in the animation movie genre. The Beatles were completely fresh and different when they first gained popularity, especially in the United States of America. They constantly experimented and were at the forefront of modern recording techniques, such as playing a tape backwards on the song “Rain” to get a more interesting effect. The Beatles also pretty much pioneered the music video with their televised “Hello Goodbye.” Even though they did not invent the hippie movement, they became the movement's symbols and icons. You can showcase your admiration for these legends with animation posters like Yellow Submarine: The Beatles, a wonderfully artsy and whimsy rendering of their foray into cartoons. This colourful and very vibrant piece can stand out in area, whether this is residential, corporate or recreational.

Other players in animation posters

Most of us know who Popeye is, as he has become a staple in nearly every childhood. Although he primarily was a very popular comic strip character, it is as a movie cartoon star that most people know and remember him from. Popeye’s first appearance on film was in a 1933 Betty Boop Paramount cartoon called Popeye the Sailor. These cartoons were so popular that in 1937, the city of Crystal City, Texas, erected an official “Popeye” statue, marking the first time in world history a city had erected a statue in honor of a cartoon character! Animation posters pay tribute to this iconic figure with pieces such as Popeye the Sailor, where he displays his trademark pipe and the spinach that powers him. Animation posters can be a wonderful throwback to your own childhoods, while being the gateway for your children to share with your wistfulness.
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