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Tara S.

Verified purchase · 31 Mar 2024

Couldn’t be simpler. . Great quality print that I love, I paid the extra for the framing rather than save money on a cheaper frame, and it not look as good.

Michelle .

Verified purchase · 04 Apr 2024

Very happy with the quality of my print and the timely manner it was delivered.😊. The service and quality is excellent.

Benjamin G.

Verified purchase · 04 Apr 2024

Love the prints! I messed up an order and Fy made it super easy to fix, the customer service was great!. Lake house perfection.

Benjamin E.

Verified purchase · 04 Apr 2024

Quick service, good quality product. . It was exactly as advertised, with plenty of options

Ana L.

Verified purchase · 04 Apr 2024

I love the huge variety of talented artists whose prints and cushion covers are sold through Fy! Customer service is excellent, especially posting and packaging. Just wish I had wall-space for more vibrant fun prints.. Vibrant art prints look fantastic in my home. Check out the huge range of artists. You will certainly fall in love and find pieces for your walls.

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Verified purchase · 04 Apr 2024

Love the stuff. Easy orders. When there is a question or problem customer service is great. Thank you . Cool, stylish, unusual

Frequently asked questions
Is Studio Ghibli Japanese or Korean?
Studio Ghibli is unequivocally Japanese. Founded in Tokyo in 1985 by Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata, and Toshio Suzuki, the studio's films are deeply rooted in Japanese culture, showcasing the nation's folklore, landscapes, and values, while also enjoying international acclaim for their unique storytelling and animation style.
What does Ghibli mean in Japanese?
"Ghibli" doesn't have a direct translation in Japanese. The name was inspired by the Italian word "ghibli," meaning a hot desert wind, chosen by Hayao Miyazaki to symbolize the studio's desire to "blow new wind through the anime industry."
What does The Boy and the Heron symbolize?
"The Boy and the Heron" is an English translation of the Japanese folktale "Tsuru no Ongaeshi." It symbolizes themes of gratitude, kindness, and the importance of repaying kindness with kindness. The heron's act of saving the boy who saved it represents the cycle of kindness and reciprocity.
Why is Ghibli called Ghibli?
Studio Ghibli is named after the Italian word "ghibli," which means a hot desert wind. Hayao Miyazaki, one of the co-founders, chose this name to signify the studio's aim to "blow a new wind through the anime industry," symbolizing innovation and creativity.