Japanese Calligrapher Depicts Emotions from Pixar’s Inside Out

By eunice Art

Disney’s Japanese division commissioned a Japanese calligrapher who goes by the name of Sisyu to create several pieces that correspond to the emotions featured in the upcoming Pixar movie, <i>Inside Out</i>. The animated film, set to come out next month, is about five main emotions – Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness – that the protagonist, a young girl named Riley, experiences.

Watch the video below to see Sisyu in action, and catch <i>Inside Out</i> in theaters on June 19.

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