Artist claims ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ engineer stole her work
February 5, 2017 - Fifty Shades of Grey
A Manhattan artist claims an interior pattern association stole her cinema to peddle pricey products from a film “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
The unreal shots by Kalliope Amorphous, who adds blur, reflections, and uses mixed bearing to cinema of herself, were enclosed in advertisements for a coronet chest for $21,000; a $10,000 coffee list and a rug, also $10,000, according to a lawsuit.
But Janet Morais, a seat engineer for a 2011 film, never got Amorphous’ accede to use a design to hawk equipment from a movie.
“It’s a large promotion debate regulating her images,” pronounced Amorphous’ lawyer, Barbara Hoffman. Amorphous’ work doesn’t seem in a film.
Morais, who oversees a firm of companies offered high finish furniture, including DeMorais International, Koket and Boco Do Lobo, abandoned Amorphous’ requests to stop regulating her pictures.
Amorphous is seeking vague damages. The companies did not respond to a message.
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