"Wall plates stand for home, idyll, nostalgia, for windmills in Delfter blue. What windmills used to be today are nuclear power plants today: energy structures. Their iconic silhouettes characterize the landscape and thus our homeland. As cathedrals of a technological worldview, they promised independence and infinite growth."
Collectible porcelain plates of German nuclear power plants
Tags: art, doomed, grim meathook future
Next: Franklin Mint presents the Greatest Natural Disaster collectible plate series. Pairs well with the "Crying Elvis" collector plate series.
These really should have been made with uranium orange glaze.