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05.13.13 Meg Prossnitz

As you’ve probably heard, Supreme is suing Married to the Mob label owner (and ANIMAL friend) Leah McSweeney for $10 million claiming copyright infringement of their signature logo in her “Supreme Bitch” parody design. However, the logo they are suing over hasn’t been federally trademarked. It was only recently that Supreme filed a trademark application […]

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05.03.13 Marina Galperina

Thanks to the Jogging for being on the front lines of artists responding to that ridiculous Supreme Vs. Married to the Mob lawsuit with Uncool Jokers, 2013 by Michael Bussell.  Refresher: Leah McSweeney has been using the parody of the Supreme logo for her “Supreme Bitch” t-shirts for years and now, James Jebbia of Supreme is only now […]

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05.02.13 Marina Galperina

Leah McSweeney of indie fashion line Married to the Mob has been putting out Supreme Bitch t-shirts since 2004. Nine years later, James Jebbia of Supreme decides to sue McSweeney for copyright infringement — for $10,000,000. That’s a fairly intimidating gesture. But bring it: McSweeney hired notable free speech lawyer Norman Siegel. And now, legendary artist Barbara Kruger weighs in. […]

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09.09.11 Bucky Turco

As you may have heard, ANIMAL threw a little party with female apparel brand Married to the MOB at Yotel last night. In addition to the silky sounds provided by DJs Max Glazer and Nire, the “Gully Gad” Mavado performed a bunch of songs live, including current hit “Delilah.” Shit was epic. Watch the newly […]

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