The famously anonymous global street artist's situation shows how hard it is for graffiti writers to avoid getting ripped off.
A Supreme Court ruling on vulgar trademarks is making space for new, profane ventures, from "A$$RICH" to "Bitchigan."
It might be "scandalous," but it's legal.
And yet somehow neither of those things is why it might be discontinued.
A nosy snitch tipped the bigger chain off about the flyer, and now they're pissed.
The 'Shadow of the Colossus'-like game will now change its 'Prey' to 'Praey' to avoid any legal headaches with Bethesda parent company ZeniMax.
Burberry's suit against Burberry Perry is the latest in a long history of brands and artists clashing over trademark infringement.
"The term 'Let’s Play' is now forever in the public domain."
"The character literally explodes, unlike Plaintiff."
Four trademark applications were filed to the US Patent and Trademark office, because outrage makes for some damn good business.
The organizers of an LA-based em* n*ght are one step closer to owning the phrase.