Sunday, March 7, 2021
 

Graffiti Artist Sues Moschino for Copyright Infringement


This is the latest in a still small string of cases in which graffiti artists are asserting their copyright in US courts. Last year, the Italian fashion designer Roberto Cavalli, the movie director Terry Gilliam and the retailer American Eagle Outfitters were all separately sued by street artists, alleging that their art was copied without their permission.

Outlaws asserting their property rights. Agreed?

Via The Art Newspaper.

 

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