MSK’s REVOK, REYES, and STEEL Sue Roberto Cavalli for Copyright Infringement
The relationship between graffiti and fashion functions with somewhat of a push and pull dynamic, or better yet, a give and take.
Since its birth, graffiti’s had a certain allure to people from outside the culture. Its bold colors, unique and embellished caricatures— not to mention the way in which writers wield, bend, and give life to typography— has drawn in folks from all disciplines and fields. While some stop at acknowledgment or appreciation, others tend to usurp pieces, styles, and other various elements from the work of graffiti artists for capital gain. That’s a big “no, no.”
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