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im-hopeless-not-romantic:

hello-kitty:

"Japan’s Chernobyl: The Fukushima nuclear catastrophe in Hello Kitty’s home of Japan is a never-ending disaster, destroying human health, sea and land life."
Oil on canvas, 2014.
Now on view at Art Attack SF as part of their Hello Kitty themed show.
Submitted by suprachelv

Holy crap this is amazing. I hate when people say the Fukushima incident wasn’t important because it wasn’t Chernobyl.

im-hopeless-not-romantic:

hello-kitty:

"Japan’s Chernobyl: The Fukushima nuclear catastrophe in Hello Kitty’s home of Japan is a never-ending disaster, destroying human health, sea and land life."

Oil on canvas, 2014.

Now on view at Art Attack SF as part of their Hello Kitty themed show.

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Holy crap this is amazing. I hate when people say the Fukushima incident wasn’t important because it wasn’t Chernobyl.

Sanrio’s 50th Family Vacation by Martin Hsu
60″ X 36″
acrylic and cel vinyl on wood
2010

Hello Kitty Hello Art Exhibit at Openhouse Broome

Sanrio Grab Bags! (via Hello Kitty!)
Once Upon A Kitty Wedding (via Martin Hsu Illustrations)
"Japan’s Chernobyl: The Fukushima nuclear catastrophe in Hello Kitty’s home of Japan is a never-ending disaster, destroying human health, sea and land life."
Oil on canvas, 2014.
Now on view at Art Attack SF as part of their Hello Kitty themed show.
Submitted by suprachelv

"Japan’s Chernobyl: The Fukushima nuclear catastrophe in Hello Kitty’s home of Japan is a never-ending disaster, destroying human health, sea and land life."

Oil on canvas, 2014.

Now on view at Art Attack SF as part of their Hello Kitty themed show.

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