CNN reports that a couple from Long Island, N.Y. is seeking to trademark “Occupy  Wall Street” to sell T-shirts, bags and other items featuring the  phrase. Forget the obvious irony in the effort to make money off a  leaderless movement that rails against greed. Can the trademark-seeking  couple pull it off?

Q&A: How Can Someone Trademark ‘Occupy Wall Street’? - TIME NewsFeed
I’m most interested in the photo that went with the story, or rather the screen-printed (upcycled!) jacket — I gather there are printers on-site doing this for free. It’s not clear to me who created that particular logo/design this fellow is sporting. If you know: consumed@robwalker.net.

CNN reports that a couple from Long Island, N.Y. is seeking to trademark “Occupy Wall Street” to sell T-shirts, bags and other items featuring the phrase. Forget the obvious irony in the effort to make money off a leaderless movement that rails against greed. Can the trademark-seeking couple pull it off?

Q&A: How Can Someone Trademark ‘Occupy Wall Street’? - TIME NewsFeed

I’m most interested in the photo that went with the story, or rather the screen-printed (upcycled!) jacket — I gather there are printers on-site doing this for free. It’s not clear to me who created that particular logo/design this fellow is sporting. If you know: consumed@robwalker.net.