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A detailed layout of Hiro’s family home and the Lucky Cat Cafe in an early piece of concept art by Scott Watanabe disney concepts & stuff

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scottwatanabe: “Very Early on I thought Hiro could build Baymax out of parts from Tadashi’s beloved motor bike and Hiro was much younger.

“To create an appealing world that was a mashup of San Francisco and Tokyo, we decided to use the geography and landmarks of San Francisco but give them a Japanese spin through things like the roof...

San Fransokyo is the fictional city in which the 2014 Disney animated feature film Big Hero

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Concept art for the level of Hiro’s House (Aunt Cass’ level) and the Cafe - Scott Watanabe

Buckfast Abbey, via Flickr.

Discover Buckfast Abbey in Devon, England: This historic Benedictine monastery brews a booze so toxic that it has often been blamed almost singularly for Scottish hooliganism.

Concept Art For Big Hero 6's San Fransokyo Is Absolutely Charming

Concept Art For Big Hero 6's San Fransokyo Is Absolutely Charming

Disney's upcoming superhero film Big Hero 6 is set in San Fransokyo, a futuristic city with San Francisco's layout and a bit of Tokyo's aesthetic. And this delightful concept art from the film gives us a sense of how that mashed-up city came together.

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Concept for Hiro and Tadashi’s room. One of the design choices of Big Hero 6 was to create full and complex backgrounds. I think I went a bit overboard but it got the point across.

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scottwatanabe: “ Final design of Big Hero 6 Mansion (I won’t spoil it for people not familiar with the story) Also some early exploration of other versions.

1920s - View showing a boy and girl enjoying Hoot, Hoot ice cream in front of Hoot Owl Café. I Scream Hoot Owl Cafe was in the shape of an owl. The head rotated; the eyes, made from Buick headlamps, blinked; the sign: Hoot Hoot, I Scream, used elements of a theater marquee. For over 50 years, Tillie Hattrup ran this refreshment spot designed and built by her husband, Roy in 1926-27. It was originally on Valley Boulevard, then moving to 8711 Long Beach Boulevard, before being demolished in…

The Hoot Owl Cafe was built in and Tillie Hattrup ran this refreshment stand for 50 years. Her husband, Roy Hattrup built and designed the cafe. It was torn down in (Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection)

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scottwatanabe: “ Some concept art for Hiro’s Neighborhood. Shout out to Helen Chen for some of these.

San Fransokyo architects built a new world for Disneys Big Hero 6

San Fransokyo architects built a new world for Disney’s ‘Big Hero 6’

Disney could fit its created worlds of 'Frozen,' 'Wreck-It Ralph' and 'Tangled' into its new 'Big Hero' city.

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