Fukushima 2011 - Limited Edition 1 of 10 Artwork by Sylvia B

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Exhibition in Kharkov, Ukraine, photo copyrights 4th Block, my 3 posters down nr 1, 2, 4

Art Description

New Media: Digital on Paper.

series: The History of The 21st Century


I think we all tend to forget too easily, so I created a series of artworks under the theme "The History of the 21st Century."

My works included in this series do not take on any political perspective, yet rather commemorate events so as keep these past episodes alive in our common memory.
In doing so the art provokes viewers to understand our lives today and the influence it has had of the most recent past along with its impact on current global policies.

The project consists of multiple works grouped around current events.

Let us remind ourselves of the repercussions that can affect our laws and how we see each other.


“In March 2011, an earthquake (magnitude 9) and the following tsunami caused a blackout of a nuclear power plant in Fukushima. The National Police Agency has confirmed 15,894 deaths, 6,152 injured, and 2,562 people missing”. (Wikipedia)

This poster is a commemorative one.

My main goal when creating it was to pay tribute to all the victims and bring awareness about nuclear disasters.
I wanted also to point out and remind that nuclear disasters are waiting to happen in different countries.


This poster was displayed on the International Poster Exhibition "Chernobyl 30, Fukushima 5" in Kharkov Ukraine, in the exhibition halls "Ermilov Center", in the framework of the exhibition program of the Moscow International Biennale of Graphic Design "Golden Bee 12" and the European Week of Memory dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster and the 5th anniversary the tragedy of Fukushima.

The exhibition was organized by "Association of Graphic Designers '4th Block'; Foundation for Development And Support Of Graphic Design "Golden Bee" (Russia); Chernobyl Historical Workshop (Ukraine); International Education Center "Dortmund / IBB" (Germany).

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Fukushima 2011 - Limited Edition 1 of 10

Sylvia B

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Size: 27.6 W x 39.4 H x 0.1 in

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