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Bargain hipster clothing store H&M apologizes "if anyone should think we have copied" Georgia artist Tori LaConsay, whose feel-good graffiti somehow found its way (without permission) onto a bunch of knickknacks. The brand now says it is following up with the artist, but not before taking its lumps on the Internet.

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