Spooky Lake Month: Radioactive Waste Sticker
✨Limited Edition✨ Spooky Lake Month stickers are here! I did a series of gouache paintings that my friend and collaborator, KJ & Co edited and formatted for me into these stickers.
Radioactive Waste: 4" x 3.18"
One of the most radioactive locations on this planet…. is a lake. The story of Lake Karachay takes us back to 1951 Soviet Russia. After the nuclear detonations in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan, Soviet Russia decided to improve their nuclear technology by building a secret facility to make their own bombs. However, no plans were made to safely remove the toxic radioactive waste produced by uranium and plutonium. In the end, Lake Karachay became the dumping ground for the radioactive, toxic wastewater.
Each die-cut sticker is a thick, durable vinyl with a matte finish. They are resistant to scratching, water and sunlight.
I'll be shipping these myself over the course of October while I'm also creating a Spooky Lake video every day so I appreciate your patience!
Made in the USA. Shipping for only stickers is $1.