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This Perspective Street Art Painting Reminds of Disaster in Japan

 - Sep 30, 2014
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This perspective street art painting by Jeroen Bisscheroux is a work of art that is designed to put you in the shoes of someone who experienced a natural disaster. The art piece merges elements from the the 2011 tsunami in Sendai and the radiation disaster in Fukushima, Japan. The painting of the run-down pool is something that visitors can walk or lay down on, reminding that these kinds of disasters can happen right in your own backyard.

As well as being a great opportunity for people of all ages to take photos of the pool painting, the installation encourages the audience to interact with the piece of artwork and remember how these kinds of disasters affected thousands of people in Japan.