Back to Top

Hiroshima Day- August 6, 2022

August 6, 2022

Every year I try to share a piece of art commemorating the atrocity committed against humanity on August 6th, deman “never again”. It has been 77 years since the nuclear attack by the United States of America’s military on the city of Hiroshima. Displayed is an image of René Mederos’s 1968 design for OSPAAAL (Organización de Solidaridad de los Pueblos de Africa) You can view copies of this poster in the collection at Interference Archive.

Currently the superpower militaries of the world are posing more nuclear threats to the planets population. Listen to reports from Democracy Now!

The U.N. warned this week that humanity is “one miscalculation away from nuclear annihilation” as tensions escalate globally.”

Let us rid the planet of the nonsensical assured self destruction and begin working on taking care of each other.

Anti-warCulture & MediaInspiration

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.



February 16, 2023

Handmade sign made of different colored tape providing directions away from a residential area to state roads.



August 27, 2022

DO NOT DRIVE ON SIDEWALK. Portland, OR. August 2022. Thanks to Roger Peet for this contribution to the DIYDPW series! DIYDPW is a frequent, irregular blog post highlighting global examples…



July 6, 2022

DEAD END. Walkill, NY. June 2022. Someone installed this in hopes people wouldn’t turn down their short road that has no outlet forcing vehicles to make a u turn in…



June 22, 2022

No Truck Turn. Gardiner, NY. June 2022. Found during a recent detour thru the hamlet of Gardiner. The folks on this corner, placed some cones, surveyors tape and this handmade…