Skrillex keeps putting butts in my Twitter feed. One butt, actually—a woman's, clad in tight, fuchsia bikini bottoms. There's a front view of her, too, complete with an anatomically improbable thigh gap. The curves of her body have been retouched, and her skin is covered with digitally applied tribal tattoos, OWSLA logos, and space aliens. The whole thing is really fucking creepy, frankly; it's like the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue as reimagined by DIS magazine. Oh, and she's also cut off from the shoulders up, so the upper part of her body is just a skeleton. (Maybe the designer was feeling inspired by Art Department, who also cut off a woman's head in a recent flyer.)
The image in question is part of an advertisement for a new compilation from OWSLA, Skrillex's label, and it's also being used to promote a party that he's throwing in Miami later this month, during Ultra. But thanks—or no thanks—to the way that Twitter displays photos, it's that bikini-clad body that commands your attention as it comes thrusting its way into your feed, ass- or crotch-first, like a health-goth avatar of pure, hot-pink sex, optimized for Retina Display.