|A French beret is a must-wear for Merpel,|
especially now that it has
some added IP-related relevance
|One of this Kat's favourite|
|What is special about the |
Centre Pompidou's exhibition
Overall, it would seem that the right of integrity under UK law does not protect against non-transformative uses of one’s work. As a result, exact but miniaturised reproductions of artistic works [this was the 1995 Tidy v Trustees of the Natural History Museum case] or colour variations between an original artwork and a reproduction of it [this is the 1999 Pasterfield v Denham decision] may be considered not to infringe the author’s right of integrity.