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Louvre ties up with Uniqlo for Mona Lisa T-shirt sales

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art masterpieces on cheap t-shirts. edgy!

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Degrades the art which wasn’t created for mass production on T-shirts or tea mugs.

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Britain's famed graphic designer Peter Saville will take care of the design for men's items.

He should use 2000 yen of ink on a 1500 yen t-shirt to reprise the Blue Monday record sleeve.

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Can JT ever get photos of this stuff?

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Can JT ever get photos of this stuff?

Could be due to copyright reasons, either Uniqlo or Kyodo. Or even the Louvre online shop.

Somewhat blurry image from Kyodo

https://english.kyodonews.net/news/2021/01/200eba1234d5-louvre-ties-up-with-japans-uniqlo-for-mona-lisa-t-shirt-sales.html

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He should use 2000 yen of ink on a 1500 yen t-shirt to reprise the Blue Monday record sleeve.

Another great work of art.

Check out Dub Pistols version of the track. Quite a cover (musically).

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I would swear I saw a young man wearing precisely this - Mona Lisa - on a shirt the other day. Are they on sale already?

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