Artists Revok, Reyes and Steel are Suing Roberto Cavalli for Copyright Infringement

As far as the exact moment when street art rose from renegade to mainstream, good arguments could be made for when the work of Keith Haring started selling at contemporary art auctions, or perhaps when Exit Through the Gift Shop was nominated for an Oscar. But the month of August 2014 is certainly going to go down in the annals of graffiti as well.

Following lawsuits filed this month by other street artists targeting Terry Gilliam‘s Zero Theorem,Sara Bareilles and apparel designer Coach, three street artists who created a mural in San Francisco’s Mission district are targeting Italian fashion designerRoberto Cavalli for copyright infringement and violations of the Lanham Act.


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