On Copyright Claims and Conceptual Integrity: Hypocrisies of the H&M Graffiti Case

While it certainly seems paradoxical that a corporation would appropriate graffiti, an art form conceptually associated with opposition to corporate interests, for commercial purposes, it is also paradoxical that an artist would seek to use the force of the law to prevent a corporation from appropriating work that he created in the public sphere evidently outside of law’s purview. 
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