ARTS & CULTURE
11/28/2010 11:17 pm ET Updated May 25, 2011

Pink Tentacle's Forty Years of Japanese Protest Posters

From radioactively mutated objects to flaming butterflies, the Japanese imagery of protest has developed its own unique themes. In this selection of political posters from 1970-1994, the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are touchstones for fear and fish stand in for humans. Among the highlights are the work of Shigeo Fukuda, whose clean visual puns remain influential to logo design and street art alike.
(See the full collection at Pink Tentacle.)

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