JR's latest lithograph is released today through our partner website Social Animals. In November 2012, JR started an Inside Out Project in North East Japan, a region that was hit by a tsunami in March 2011. A group of Japanese artists took over a photobooth truck and traveled the area to meet inhabitants. This boat entered 800 meters inland during the catastrophe, destroying everything on the way. It is considered today a place of remembrance. In one night, JR and his team pasted the eyes of a local fisherman in honor of the tsunami victims.
The lithograph is available at a special price, with free shipping worldwide. Get it here!