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Artist's depiction of the 2011 Fukushima Daichii Nuclear Power Plant Disaster. What it really looked like off the coast of Japan.

The Great Wave Off Fukushima. color woodcut. 1823,1930,2011-12. Part of The Thirty-six Glows From Plant Daichii series by 250 year old Ukiyo-e (and recently loli) artist Katsushika Hokusai.

The Great Wave of Fukushima is part of a groundbreaking new series of remastered prints that comprise the (evidently immortal) artist's comment on both the tragedy of the recent disaster at Fukushima and what he (not exactly a traditionalist himself in his younger days) believes "is representative of the cultural degradation, excess, and perverse fantasy of Japanese today - as well as some floating sushi".

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