Insights: Publications Street Art: The Everlasting Divide Between Graffiti Art and Intellectual Property Protection
ABA Landslide, Vol. 7, No. 5
Does intellectual property law protect unsanctioned graffiti art? With the rising appreciation for street art, this is a question of growing importance in today’s art market. Graffiti is perhaps one of the fastest growing artistic movements. Street art embraces metropolitan walls and streets, gifting the public with innovative imagery that becomes a part of the city as much as the wall it rests on.
This article was republished as “Graffiti Art and Intellectual Property Protection,” GPSolo Magazine, Vol. 33, No. 2, March/April 2016.
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