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OPTICAL SENSORY IMPLANT BLUEPRINT

Concept Art Print

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Weta Workshop spent more than ten months immersed in the incredible future-tech world of Ghost in the Shell. Working closely with director Rupert Sanders and his production team, the Workshop helped translate this iconic manga into a reimagined live-action setting, before bringing those concepts to life through more than 3000 prosthetics, animatronics, props, miniatures and specialty costumes.

Dimensions: 23.22" x 16.53" x 0.03" (W x H x D) 59 cm x 42 cm x 0.1 cm

Weight: 0.08 lbs (0.04 kg)

Weta Workshop contributed thousands of pieces of concept art for Rupert Sanders' live action reimagining of Ghost in the Shell. The highly-anticipated film, starring Scarlett Johansson, is based on the internationally-acclaimed Anime property.

Hanka Robotics is the world's leading developer of augmentative technology in the world of Ghost in the Shell. The Personal Optical Sensory Implant is one such piece. Add a cybernetic touch to your art collection with this striking A2 concept design print created by Weta Workshop artist William Bennett.

From the outset, our goal was to tackle this project with a ‘sky’s the limit’ philosophy. As a result, the Workshop has undertaken some of the most challenging and complex work we’ve ever faced. Seeing Rupert and his team bring it all to life – a mere five minutes’ drive away, no less – has been incredible.

Ben Hawker - Art Director, Weta Workshop

Behind the Scenes at Weta Workshop: Ghost in the Shell

The dimensions of the print are A2 size: 23.2in x 16.5in (590.5mm x 420mm). A lovely cinematic format. It's printed on good quality 150 gsm matte paper and ships rolled up in a VERY sturdy poster tube. It will arrive in pristine condition, ready to be framed and hung, pride of place, in your home.

 

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