March 22, 2011

Japan's Nuclear Blowout

Japan Blowout is an artistic depiction of the global meltdown caused by the cascading problems in Japan. Japan grew in size. Its impact on the rest of the world is earth shaking. The Japan blowout made the Pacific smaller and blew the continents off the planet. Its repercussions are nebulous, undefined, amorphous. The concept of north and south hemispheres is irrelevant. The band of fallout ties in Chernobyl and 3 Mile Island. One giant tear drops from the eyeball-looking hole. The outer cosmos is watching. The campaign's website Teaches You what you can do to Save Yourself.

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