Is the design of a finished building protected under copyright law? Before 1990, the answer was no. If you were an architect and someone copied your drawings, you could sue for copyright infringement, because the drawings were protected as your graphic works. But if someone built an exact replica of one of your buildings, too bad—three-dimensional works of architecture weren’t covered. You could only sigh and resign yourself to being ripped off.
The perception of that image: There were no black people on a panel at an event for black people. The reality of that image: A panel of top creatives discussed “Advertising for Good” at a multicultural career fair.
The most recent of these is the photographer and writer Rachel Hulin, who has gathered attention over the past week for her project ‘Hey Harry, Hey Matilda‘ – a story told through an Instagram account of the same name. Each post consists of a picture and a pinch of accompanying text. The words, pasted in the picture captions, relay a series of communications between two twins, Harry and Matilda; he a university English teacher, she a wedding photographer.