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(tsunami) disaster art

. . . art relating to the disaster. There is some very poignant artwork that people have made.


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reedr3v wrote:

Fantastic collection, thanks.
Submitted by reedr3v on Wed, 03/23/2011 - 23:20
@ http://www.dailypaul.com/159700/a-call-to-arms-for-a-country...

The abundance of art shows the underlying cultural cohesiveness that we seem to lack here in America. How many art works were seen at the height of the Katrina tragedy? How many artworks do we see that express our grief as a people at war continually? How many express the decline of the general culture? Or is the lack of artistic response the answer itself?

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But, reedr3v, the beauty of this "disaster art" site is that it's a FRENCH initiative!

Café Salé / CFSL is a French illustrators' association. And they had this website up VERY soon after the earthquake. Truly breathtaking outpouring of talents and goodwill from around the world.

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You can "purchase" the art work that you would like to copy & print. They are donating the proceeds to the victims of the disaster.


artwork and very interesting.

Prepare & Share the Message of Freedom through Positive-Peaceful-Activism.


Just shared this with my daughter.She recognized Totoro

I like "Stay Strong Japan"!!

For Freedom!
The World is my country, all mankind is my brethren, to do good is my religion.

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aaaah, yes. . "My Friend Totoro", my all time favorite anime. .

the Animage Anime Grand Prix prize and the Mainichi Film Award for Best Film in 1988.

2002 "Spirited Away" is another great one by Hayao Miyazaki.