An advertising Siberian company has launched a limited edition, really original of toilet paper … He sent some rolls at the German, American and British embassies. “Our response”. The Russian inventiveness knows no limits. The advertising Koliassine Kiril, who lives in Omsk in Siberia, has launched a limited edition of toilet paper on which are written the Western sanctions (2014) against Russia. For now, a thousand copies were manufactured. A room costs 450 rubles, or 4 euros.
“The printed text on the rollers corresponds to amendments of September 2014 on tighter sanctions on export, import and for some citizens and Russian companies,” says the Russian newspaper Rossiiskaya Gazeta.
Kiril Koliassine claims to have sent copies to several American embassies, British and German Moscow.
A product “fully in line with hygiene standards”
The packaging of each roller, carefully decorated box portraits of David Cameron, Angela Merkel and Barack Obama, said that the product rather intended to be offered as a souvenir. But its creator wishes to attest to its quality: “Paper is fully in line with hygiene standards and may well be used for its primary function. The paper, double thick, is designed entirely from cellulose and each roll has a length of 19 meters. ”
Brand Nach Otvet (“Our response”) of young advertising is negotiating with a local company to manufacture toilet paper to get into their catalog.