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'Finding Nemo 2' BP Disaster Parody Posters Hit Web

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In an effort to drum up support for a sequel to the Pixar animated film Finding Nemo, one Spanish website took a tongue-in-cheek approach by creating posters themed around the BP oil disaster. Just like the Greenpeace logo redesign a few weeks back, this is yet another creative dig at BP and a reminder of how the Gulf ecosystem will suffer through this crisis for a long time to come. From The Blog of Chibiboto,

“While we see the world our planet is dying, thanks to one of the largest ecological disasters in the world, because most terrible oil spill occurred in the Gulf of Mexico. And now comes the new movie Toy Story 3, I decided to propose some ideas to make the second part of Finding Nemo. I hope these ideas inspire the writers of Pixar.”

Check out all of the parody posters below:

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