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“Looted”, An Amazing Story

Looted

“Looted”, An Amazing Story

Ellens printed this beautiful image on shirts for our customers David Crocker and Craig Gilmore.

The shirts are to commemorate the return of a painting they owned, by 17th century Dutch master Melchior Geldorp, to the National Museum, Warsaw.

They are sending them to Poland as a symbol of the pride they take in this restitution and in remembrance of the terrible acts committed during WWII.

Below is a link to the full story, published in the Los Angeles Times last December.

Read the LA Times Story

Click here for Video of Ellens Silkscreening Making the Shirts