Florida State University art major Lena NW says that her digital paintings that portray the male form are meant as a "reversal of the socially normative sexual objectification of woman." One of her recent pieces features fellow FSU student and football star Jameis Winston, and judging by the artwork, Lena is not a fan.

The painting shows the quarterback sitting on a throne, surrounded by spears and bloody, naked women, with a male figure in a fraternity tank top kneeling between his legs. Winston also appears at the bottom of the painting on all-fours on a pile of money, and there is a women penetrating him with a strap-on shaped like his Heisman trophy. Here's a link to the full NSFW image that we can't show you here.

Lena's artwork isn't an unfounded attack on her FSU brethren. The piece comments on some previous news involving Winston that is not so flattering either. Back in 2012, Winston was accused of sexual assault but was never charged. More recently, he was caught shoplifting crab legs from a Publix grocery store, which explains the crab in the corner of the full painting. 

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[via Deadspin]