At Least They’re Consistent

After all you’d expect a group that doesn’t believe in labels to reject the concept of intellectual property.

 Brooklyn-based artist Thomas Porostocky’s friends and fans have been tipping off NY media that his art has been used without permission by the bi-partisan political group No Labels.

Porostocky designed star-spangled giraffes, butterflies and jellyfish for the disillusionment group More Party Animals in 2005. The art was later featured in the book Dissent by Design.

I am sure Michael Bloomberg won’t mind if other media outlets start using Bloomberg News content without permission or attribution.

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