Over the course of several issues of Kattison Avenue, we have been reporting on the increase in litigation commenced by artists against retailers — clothing brands, automotive brands, and food and beverage chains — for the alleged copying of their distinctive artwork in fashion designs and marketing campaigns. So-called “street artists” — many of whom started out illegally “tagging” subway cars, bridges and overpasses but have since acquired a level of legitimacy — are largely responsible for this recent trend. More often than not, their lawsuits have asserted claims of copyright infringement, either because their works were incorporated into the
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