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Lisa Katayama at 9:00 am Thu, Feb 11, 2010
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That is nice! How often do airplanes and merflappers appear in the same poster?
Do you have a high-res link for this image?
If you follow the link to Pink Tentacle, you can get larger images.
Or buy the book.
That bottom line advertises an all-you-can-eat whale buffet.
Nah, not really. But seriously Japan, stop eating the damn whales.
that’s really handsome. i reckon it’s as fine as anything i’ve seen today.
Yes, a Hi-Res image or even a link to buy this poster would be great.
Japan 1930 wasn’t all jerky black and white scenes of Japanese soldiers invading Manchuria. There was also the imagination, energy,and whymsical culture of families artists engineers and scientists with a uniquely powerful history. Run more of these.
lol @ merflappers