Arts & Entertainment
Karana IP Law loves the arts & entertainment industries and knows the importance of the arts in our society. The United States Founding Fathers knew this to be true and put language in the Constitution giving Congress, the house of the people, authority to protect the arts.
Article 1, Section 8, Clause 8 of the United States Constitution states:
To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries.
Throughout history art has helped redefine human lives and challenge technology to enhance inspiration for art. Today art is incorporated in technology all around us. Social Media platforms contain many pictures Over the years, movies have challenged technology to improve entertainment through development of animation and CGI. Over time, movie makers have challenged the tech to give their audience a better artistic product for them to enjoy. Movies like Avatar and Toy Story have left viewers wanting more and the art-tech cycle continues. Karana IP recognizes that not only does the technology IP need to be protected but also the art IP. This is why Karana IP is devoted to:
Protecting Art that Challenges Tech and Tech that Inspires the Arts.™
Whether you are a painter, musician, or graphic designer, Karana IP Law has the skills you need to protect your art intellectual property. Karana IP can help guide you through your copyright, trademark, patent, or business matters and will work with each client to create a tailored and affordable package.
Contact today for a free consultation or more information about our intellectual property legal services for artists.