CULTURE & ARTS
05/03/2013 03:12 pm ET

Barbara Kruger Responds To Supreme's Lawsuit: 'A Ridiculous Clusterf**k Of Totally Uncool Jokers'

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One of the most coveted skate brands in the world is suing an artist to protect their name, their logo, and their aesthetic. After years of not talking about it, the artist who inspired so much of their aesthetic finally has something to say.

The elite streetwear and skateboarding brand powerhouse of James Jebbia and company—Supreme—has a substantial history of officially co-opting the work of more than a few famous artists. For example, take their collaborative output with Damien Hirst, Takashi Murakami, or George Condo, whose Supreme skateboard decks now go for $3,500 on eBay.

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