It's a good thing a young Picasso never saw these shirts. 

Old Navy is taking heat online after the retailer reportedly sold girls' shirts reading "Young Aspiring Artist," with the word artist crossed out in exchange for astronaut or president. 

Here's a look. 

And here's another shot of one of the shirts. This photo was snapped on December 27 by Elizabeth Evans at an Old Navy in Ocala, Florida. 

Old navy shirtPhoto Courtesy of Elizabeth Evans

"I originally saw it folded and got super excited about getting the shirt for my twin daughters," Evans told TI. "Then I unfolded it and saw artist crossed out."

The shirts do not appear to currently be for sale on the Old Navy website in the US, but appear to still appear to be available on Old Navy's Chinese site

Online, people are not too happy. 

This Twitter user pointed out the irony, since the shirts were most likely designed by an artist. 

While others decided to "fix" the shirts. 

Someone even created a modified, pro-artist version of the shirt. You can buy those here

An Old Navy representative told Tech Insider the store will be pulling the shirt from its shelves as result of the upset. 

Here's there full statement. 

At Old Navy we take our responsibility to our customers seriously. We would never intentionally offend anyone, and we are sorry if that has been the case. Our toddler tees come in a variety of designs including tees that feature ballerinas, unicorns, trucks and dinosaurs and include phrases like, “Free Spirit.” They are meant to appeal to a wide range of aspirations. With this particular tee, as a result of customer feedback, we have decided to discontinue the design and will work to remove the item from our stores.