Remember about a year ago, when Natty Light wanted to rent your diploma for $100? At the time, it was a weird request, but now we see the weird reason they wanted it.


Considering the costs it took for people to earn the degrees, the "Da Vinci of Debt," as it's called, totals around $470 Million.

The most expensive piece of art sold at auction was Leonardo DaVinci's “Salvator Mundi," which sold for around $450 Million.

The 2,600 diplomas are suspended mid-air, “as if a gale of wind had just scattered them,” according to the brand. “The design is meant to illustrate both the scale of the crippling debt crisis while also alluding to the chaotic impact college debt creates for those burdened by it.

Read more at Forbes

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