Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Case study 2: Woods vs 12 Monkeys

In this case i believe that the chair was the same chair that Lebbeus wood had drawn. The director Terry Gilliam even admitted that "he reviewed a copy of the book that contained the drawing "Neomechanical Tower (Upper) Chamber". As www.benedict.com said, "The court cited the fact that the wall and floor were composed of a visibly jointed grid, the walls had the same worn texture, and a horizontal shelf and apron near the top of the vertical rail. The chairs themselves consist of four rectangular planes, arm-rests with diagonal supports, etching on the chair back. The court also noted the both spheres were suspended in front of the chair from a metal framework with similar surface designs." I agree with this commentg and too believe that this was a breech of copyright rights

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