North American DVD cover.
Spirited Away is an animated film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki and produced by Studio Ghibli. It is about a whiny young girl moving into a new town, but suddenly finding herself in a bathhouse for the spirits, with her parents turned into pigs. There are many dangerous spirits and the owner of the bath house, Baba Yaga, is a scary witch who steals the little girl's name.
The original Japanese cover art has Chihiro standing in front of her parents' pig pen looking back resolutely. The top shows a scene of the spirit-occupied fair grounds.
The American art keeps Chihiro, but removes the pig pen. The spirit-occupied fairground is now at the bottom, with No-face hanging out, and the scene fades up into blackness. I kind of prefer the American art because the black field causes the viewer to focus on Chihiro.
Fan art of the bath house by Bill Mudron.
Fan art of No-Face by Aidan Moher.
Fan art of the radish spirit by Aidan Moher.
Fan art of the soot balls by Aidan Moher.