There are few film studios more synonymous with quality than Japan’s world-famous Studio Ghibli. Responsible for immortal classics such as Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, Howl’s Moving Castle and My Neighbor Totoro, Studio Ghibli has been ignited the imaginations of film lovers across the globe since it was founded way back in 1985. That’s thirty two years of igniting imaginations, for those of us who are terrible at maths and can’t be bothered reaching for the nearest calculator.

One of the many great things about the internet (we won’t touch on the bad things for now) is that it’s a wonderful hub for people with way too much time on their hands to share what they get up to with all that time on their hands. For an example, look no further than this incredible video, in which supremely talented Vimeo user, KOJER, has taken characters from some of the most famous Studio Ghibli movies and somehow inserted them into images of the real world. Sometimes the work is so seamless and inventive that it’s difficult to distinguish where Ghibli ends and real life begins. There’s a lesson in that somewhere, but we don’t know what it is.

Is your brain having a hard time getting around exactly how KOJER has managed to accomplish all this? Don’t sweat it. Here is a behind the scenes videos, complete with English subtitles for you (us) plebs who can’t speak fluent Japanese. Soak it up, folks, and once again be grateful about just how much free quality stuff there is floating around on the internet.