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Another in a string of artists flirting with copyright laws is Deborah Sengl, whose prints replace people with luxury logos. The series, priced at 3,000 Euros each, is "... clearly mocking the value we place on brand names by having them literally 'taking over' the female human figure in classic pin up poses. A commentary on our obsession with sex and branding." It's kind of like saying "you are what you buy." (NSFW) [If It's Hip, It's Here]