Friday, October 06, 2017

Kansas City Artist Confronts Copyright Lawsuit From Pepe The Frog Creator

This story has been out there for a couple of days but VICE offers the best write-up just released . . . Appropriate for FIRST FRIDAY, here's a look at the consequences of a an alt-right meme reworked as paintings. Checkit:

This Is the First Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Filed Against a Pepe Meme Maker

Matt Furie's lawyers have made good on their promise to pursue legal action against alt-righters profiting from his now-infamous creation, Pepe the Frog. On Tuesday, his lawyers sued Kansas City artist Jessica Logsdon in US District Court for the Western District of Missouri.

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Jessica who?

Anonymous said...

you're a nobody WILDMAN.

SORRY.

Anonymous said...

Matt Furie is a CUNT ! Matt Furie's attorneys are UBER-CUNTS--KEK WILL PREVAIL !

Anonymous said...

I spoke to KEK today, and he has instructed me to tell you to stop using his name to justify your Right Wingnut Lunacy or he will have his demons fire up your genital warts again!

Anonymous said...

I see no art here

Anonymous said...

How someone who is obviously fingerpainting with the skillset of a 7 year old is consistently reffered to as an artist on this blog is the most offensive thing about her garbage paintings.