Size: 33 x 46 1/2 inches, numbered 5/100
The poster represents the martyrdom of the Ukrainian warriors imprisoned by Russians in the occupied town Olenivka.
Those were heroes who for 83 days defended the encircled city of Mariupol and its last stronghold the Azovstal factory.
On the night of July 28-29, 2022, the Russian occupiers intentionally blew up the building where dozens of Azov prisoners were kept in the Olenivka prisoner-of-war camp. As a result of this terrorist act, 53 prisoners died and more than 130 were injured (the crown of thorns on the martyrʼs head is woven from the prisoners’ beds deformed by the blast, as it can be seen at the photo).
The goal of the Russians was to hide the improper conditions and criminal forms of interrogation.
**All proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian Emergency Art Fund**