Japanese Kanji Caligraphy Posters For Pixar’s “Inside Out” Are Exquisite

On Wednesday, the Poster Posse shared Phase 1 of their official collaboration with Pixar for the upcoming animated feature, “Inside Out.”  Today we caught wind of some amazing Japanese posters for the film that we felt compelled to share them.

In Japan the film translates into “Inside Head” and these new prints by Japanese calligraphy artist Sisyu are absolutely elegant.

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“Joy” – yorokobi: 喜

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“Sadness” – kanashimi: 悲

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“Fear” – kanashimi: 悲

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“Disgust” – kanashimi: 悲

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“Anger” – ikari: 怒

 

Source: Design Taxi

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