No Nukes Japan

Posted on: January 22, 2012

‘Japan is currently facing an unprecedented crisis. Even now, some monthes after the earthquake, the situation at the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant remains critical. Unsurprisingly there is pollution within a 30km radius, where orders have been issued to evacuate or take shelter indoors, but for a while radioactive substances were also detected in tap water in Tokyo, over 200km away, with the Tokyo government distributing mineral water for infants. Further, TEPCO has detected low-level radiation in seawater, arousing fears in neighbouring countries.’

‘So we are holding a post-nuclear poster competition to spread the word.There are three poster themes:

1. The depiction of the possibility of natural energy
2. A system that enables a choice of electricity
(Consumers do not have the freedom to choose as there is a monopoly on electricity in each region of Japan)
3. Any other appeal for a Post-Nukes society’

Website: http://int.nonukeart.org/

I entered the competition and my posters can be found on the website.

Here are the two posters I designed:


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