Published: Nov 26, 2020
He'd become a sort of unnamed legend over time. The Internet and TV news talked about him every time he dropped a disrupted art work in a very public place. Little by little he had improved upon his craft: steal famous art, alter it for new interpretation (often called destruction), and showcase it as prominently as possible. At first he was hated by all the kinds - art lovers, critics, strangers, friends, family, art haters. But over time he gathered a few fans, which turned into a small audience, and finally a sizable cult.