Photo: Pooblika page in Facebook
Russian Pooblika clothing brand started to sell t-shirts and hoodies with images stolen from the Tretyakov gallery paintings of Arkhip Kuindzhi “AI-Petri. Crimea”. Products appeared in the official account of the brand in Facebook.
Photo canvas is printed on a white background and is accompanied by the words “and let the whole world wait”.
The price of things not specified, however, on the website Pooblika clothes with the same print sold for three thousand rubles.
Sunday, January 27, painting Arkhip Kuindzhi “AI-Petri. Crimea” was stolen in the eyes of the visitors of the Tretyakov gallery. A suspect in the theft turned out to be 31-year-old man, who was detained in the village of Zarechye, Moscow region. He said that he hid the stolen painting on the territory of construction object in the Odintsovo district. The painting was seized by militiamen.
Video, photo All from Russia.