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    The 2011 Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami was a 9.0-magnitude undersea mega-thrust earthquake off the coast of Japan that occurred on Friday 11 Marc… Read More
    The 2011 Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami was a 9.0-magnitude undersea mega-thrust earthquake off the coast of Japan that occurred on Friday 11 March 2011. I made these posters to represent the support, and the respect I have for the nation of Japan. Read Less
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2011 Tōhoku Earthquake Posters
18x24
mixed media
 
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The 2011 Tōhoku Earthquake and Tsunami was a 9.0-magnitude undersea mega-thrust earthquake off the coast of Japan that occurred on Friday 11 March 2011. I made these posters to represent the support, and the respect I have for the nation of Japan.
 
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Longevity
18 x 24
mixed media
 
The birds symbolize peace, freedom and longevity for different cultures all over the world. In this poster, they represent the wishes of millions of people from different cultural backgrounds all over the world, that Japan overcomes this tragedy. It represents our communal support and prayers. The white birds flying through the sun imply the earthquake itself, memorializing those who died, and also serving as a reminder if the event itself. 

Kanji: 
1st Row: Longevity
2nd Row: Japan
Gamers Support Japan
18x24 
illustration
 
I’m a gamer, lover of japanese anime, and art. So I wanted to make a secondary poster that represents my love for the culture and the great video games the Japanese produce. Sum of the greatest game designers in the world come out of Japan; they make video games into masterpieces. Super Mario is one of the most recognizable Japanese video game franchises in the world, so I decided to use the “Power Up / 1up” mushroom. In the game Mario uses the power up mushroom to grow larger and stronger, and the 1up mushroom to gain an extra life. In my poster design it symbolizes life and the strength I hope that the ppl of japan continue to have in their great country.

Kanji: 
1st Row: Life
2nd Row: Japan