Walmart Is Selling A Banksy Canvas Print Called “Destroy Capitalism”

A perfectly dystopian possibility just manifested in real life.

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PlumStruck, a Walmart third-party seller, has managed to sneak a Banksy print called “Destroy Capitalism” on the retailer’s online store — and customers are taking to it. It’s currently out of stock, but the irony is not lost on some of the reviewers. Still, if the corporation notorious for embodying the particularly unsavory aspects of capitalism manages to get some more of these Banksy prints back in the warehouse — or even allows it to stay on their site much longer — I know what I’m stuffing stockings with this year. TC mark


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