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Twyla Launches The Most Offensive Art Ad on the Internet

The new art editions company Twyla certain is making a splash. Last week they announced they raised 19 million in venture capital funds while boasting such innovations as being able to search by color, size and theme. This week, they've embarked on an ad campaign so offensive, it's been papering my feminist Facebook forums. Behold the ad above, which encourages collectors to "get some" while picturing a young woman taking off her shirt.
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