In locked back rooms across the land designers and brand consultants are choosing logos, slogans and the best walk-on music for candidates before the likely general election. But one British political party has already come up against a common hitch: what to do when an artist is not pleased to be associated with your vision?
Wendy Taylor, a sculptor who specialises in large-scale public work, discovered last month that an image of her imposing sundial sculpture Timepiece, which stands on the banks of the Thames near Tower Bridge, had been adopted by the Time party. Her Grade II listed work features at the top of the party’s website and drawings of it are reproduced on its merchandise.Continue reading...
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