The Law of Maximized Irony
I have a metaphysical theory that I call The Law of Maximized Irony:
In a nutshell, any set of initial circumstances will resolve to the state of greatest irony.
Case in point:
With increasing frequency we see incredulous stories about artists who’ve made careers out of cribbing other people’s work suing artists who have copied them. Is it flat out hypocrisy, or good business strategy — or both? Whatever is behind it, the story makes for a lot of really good laughs.
Check out my latest in Hyperallergic:
Entry filed under: Gossip, Legal, street art, trends. Tags: Cartrain, Cat Weaver, copyright, Damien Hirst, derivative art, Hyperallergic, hypocrisy, imm Living, Jedediah Wakefield, Jeff Koons, Larkin Werner, OBEY, Park Life, Ron Coleman, Shepard Fairey, Steelerbaby.