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Asu no Shinwa - Myth of Tomorrow - Mural Sk8 Art Skateboard
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Deck Type: 8 1/8"

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Asu no Shinwa - Myth of Tomorrow - Mural Sk8 Art Skateboard
A powerful and important antiwar mural painted in Mexico by famed Japanese modern artist, Taro Okamoto (1911-1996). This gigantic mural captures the precise instant of an atomic bomb explosion, with the impact point of the work focussing on a human at Ground Zero flashing into skeletalized vaporization. Painted for a failed luxury hotel lobby commission in 1968-'69, then discarded and lost for many years, the cast-off and forgotten panels were rediscovered in 2003 after being abandoned in a construction yard near Mexico City, restored by the Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum, and now rests in hopeful peace in Tokyo, Japan. In "Taro's Magnum Opus" - measuring some 18 feet high by 98 feet long - Okamoto’s incendiary artwork is an Awesome and universally understood indictment of the ultimate Dark power of nuclear warfare. Never Again. ( Level 7: A guerrilla street art commentary by the ChinPomu collective about the Fukushima disaster, designed to fit in seamlessly with the Myth of Tomorrow, was added to the base of Okamoto's work while exhibited at the Shibuya train station in Tokyo. Chin Pom's apt paste-up was left in view for only a few hours before being removed by the Authorities.) Read more at www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/the-atomic-artists/chimpom-art/#ixzz1kXg1SdBp; http://www.taromuseum.jp http://www.tokyoreporter.com/2008/11/06/shibuya-set-for-one-final-explosion/
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Product ID: 186668898151886629
Created on: 1/27/2012 12:22 AM
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