Last Thursday evening (8 July) the Art Law & More team was thrilled to welcome some of our close clients and contacts at the Ultimate Street Art Experience!
The EU Intellectual Property Office has cancelled two trademarks for Banksy’s images in an ongoing dispute between Banksy and a greeting card company. The EU Intellectual Property Office had previously cancelled trademarks for two other images.Continue reading
As part of an exciting partnership, Tate Collective and Better Bankside have commissioned five emerging artists to create new artworks in response to the coronavirus outbreak. The innovative pieces are displayed in public spaces around Bankside, celebrating the neighbourhood’s character and creativity in the face of the pandemic.Continue reading
Renowned for its priceless Old Master paintings, the Uffizi Gallery in Florence has acquired a work by a street artist for the first time in its 440-year history. The London-based street artist known as Endless, whose identity remains a secret, admitted that even he was “surprised” by the historic museum’s decision to accept his graffiti piece.Continue reading
“Is that the light switch that they will turn off after Brexit?”, one tourist asked after taking in a new street art sensation that is sweeping Oxford and confounding and delighting viewers along the way. Continue reading
Britons are well-accustomed to the exploits of street artist Banksy. Now another artist is contending for a place in their hearts with his playful transformations of the humble street sign in Edinburgh. Continue reading