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  • João Camara

    Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #1569

  • Raoul Sheridan

    Akira Project Official Poster, This would make an interesting live action movie I think... If they do it right...

  • Toño Guerrero

    Participate The Akira Project is a crowd-sourced effort, helmed by Nguyen-Anh Nguyen, from an independent Montreal-based production company called CineGround. Since our inception, in July 2012, we have gathered an eclectic team of filmmakers, technicians, visual effect artists, graphic designers and more in order to produce a trailer that would be of the highest quality possible. We need your support.

  • Paul Tuccillo

    This is a real version of a movie poster that was draw.

  • Pornchai Trir

    Akira-Project Poster » Design You Trust – Design Blog and Community

  • ConceptArtWorld ®

    Take a look at The Akira Project – Live Action Trailer! The Akira Project is a fan made, non-profit, crowd-sourced live action trailer of Akira, the manga and animated cyberpunk action film created by writer/director Katsuhiro Otomo. What do you guys think?

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