Studson Studio Transforms Trash into Magical Ghibli-Inspired Miniature Models

Miniature model-maker Studson Studio first got into model-making by way of plastic Gundam kits. Fast forward 20 years later and this crafty creator is now taking plastic and other trash out of the environment—everything from plastic containers to cereal boxes—and using them to create impressive miniature models inspired by Studio Ghibli and the films of Hayao Miyazaki.

Studson Studio’s videos range anywhere from 10 minutes to 50 minutes as the model-maker takes viewers through the entire process of creating his miniatures. Each video is a joy to watch because of the creator’s witty sense of humor, emohasus on each individual piece of trash used, and superb editing skills which help tie the videos together. There’s a great sense of satisfaction in watching these common household items be turned into fantastic sculptures. Of course the Studson Studio creates other miniatures outside of the Ghibli universe too. All those videos can be found here. You can also follow along on Instagram and also support the artist on Patreon.

The Bath House from Spirited Away


Howl’s Moving Castle


Laputa from Castle in the Sky


Kiki’s Childhood Home from Kiki’s Delivery Service

4 Comments

  1. Absolutely wonderful!! So creative!!

  2. Thank you for being so wonderful! I always open your emails first! And I love that you tie in access to related information.

  3. I LOVE THIS MODEL MAKING CLASS!! THANK YOU THANK YOU SO MUCH!
    SO, WHEN I CAN TAKE THE TIME,

  4. This truly defines…Trash to Treasure!

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