‘The Simpsons’ Mural in Chernobyl — Street artist takes on nuclear industry one year after Fukushima (PHOTO & VIDEO)

Published: April 10th, 2012 at 2:03 pm ET
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Via Juxtapoz: A muralist by the name Combo created a very appropriate Simpsons family portrait power plant scene inside a building at the Chernobyl disaster sight. [...]

Background music may sound familiar, it’s played during Areva television commercials

Google Translation: Combo, French street artist comes on strong. Way into the Chernobyl disaster area by the hour or the world commemorates the first anniversary of the disaster of Fukushima. The walls of the ghost town, now has been covered with giant advertisements of big names in the nuclear industry; areva, TEPCO, GDF Suez …

Published: April 10th, 2012 at 2:03 pm ET
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