thais turn to art, t-shirts to mark cave rescue of \'lucky\' 13
A souvenir rescued from a flooded cave by a young Thai football team and their coach is getting off the shelf, Suwit Jaipom said. Where the boys live
12 boys and 25 boys aged 11 to 16year-
The old coach disappeared while exploring the cave in June 23 and was rescued last week in a dangerous three-month period
Day missions for foreign and Thai divers that attract audiences around the world.
\"The demand for souvenirs is quite large,\" suwitt, president of Chiang Rai art Bridge, began accepting T-
The team\'s jersey, told Reuters.
\"The fastest product we can do is T-shirts.
The gallery has made 2,000 T.
A shirt with the words \"hero\" in red is also printed to commemorate the volunteer diver Samarn Kunan of diedonJuly 6, after losing consciousness in the task of putting the oxygen tank into the depths of the cave. With each T-
At 200 baht (£4. 5)
Suwit added that the net profit of sales will reach 200,000 baht and will be used for charity activities. Suwit is also an artist.
But there\'s no plan to sell more T-
They will model clothes, he said.
\"If we move further, it will be commercial and I don\'t want to happen,\" Suwit said . \".
\"The person who bought it just wanted to show support for the hero,\" he said . \".
The group, considered a national treasure by the Thai people, was discharged from hospital on Wednesday and is currently recovering at home, where it is expected to stay for about a month.
Suwit said there has been no copyright issue so far, adding that he has not sought permission from the boy or their family.
Reuters could not reach the governor who helped represent the interests of the boys for comment.
An oil painting on display outside the gallery commemorates the dramatic rescue mission that attracted hundreds of participants, including divers from all over the world.
Hope that Suwit will take --meter (43-ft)-
Rescue workers, including British divers, first discovered that the boy\'s long paintings would become \"historical chronicles \".
\"This is for everyone to know and appreciate what\'s going on here and don\'t forget it easily.
\"There are few signs of a cave souvenir fever in the capital Bangkok, but it is hoped that the good luck of the boys will come to them, and some people have purchased the national lottery related to rescue, for example, \"lucky\" No. 13.