Protecting Art in the Street

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Street and graffiti artists are increasingly seeing their work plagiarised and exploited by corporations – but artists are finally starting to strike back by pursuing legal action. These art forms, placed in the public eye, are arguably more vulnerable to unfair use in advertisements or products themselves. This title explains, with words and images, how copyright laws apply to street art and graffiti, and how they can be of help to creators within these artistic communities.
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Street and graffiti artists are increasingly seeing their work plagiarised and exploited by corporations – but artists are finally starting to strike back by pursuing legal action. These art forms, placed in the public eye, are arguably more vulnerable to unfair use in advertisements or products themselves. This title explains, with words and images, how copyright laws apply to street art and graffiti, and how they can be of help to creators within these artistic communities.
  • Subtitle
    A Guide to Copyright in Street Art and Graffiti
  • Author
    Enrico Bonadio
  • Publisher
    Dokument Press
  • Release
    November 2020
  • Binding
    pb
  • Format
    72 pages. 90 illustrations. 13 x 21 cm
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