If you’re one of those people who sits at the dinner table and says, “You know what would really whet my appetite? Thinking about nuclear disasters,” well, the Internet has you covered! Because now you can buy a series of commemorative plates depicting all of Germany’s nuclear power plants.
The plates are made by a company called Atom Teller. They’re the brainchild of German couple Mia Gray and Andree Weissert, who wanted to satirize their country’s experience with nuclear power:
“The days of the windmills are long gone and now the twilight leaning over the era of German nuclear power.High time than to show nuclear power plants, what they are: monuments of error – Hope of Yesterday – Folklore of tomorrow.”
The plates are decidedly tongue-in-cheek, depicting idyllic pastoral landscapes dominated by looming power plants, and featuring facts like nearby bodies of water, and the last time the power plant had an accident.
You can check out all the plates, and see them action, below!