selected work
    Queer Books for Teens
    Blueprint Website
    The Future of Secrets
    Library Test Kitchen
    Cyberlaw Guide to Protest Art
    Linoleum Prints
    Letterpress
    Misc Hacks




about
    I’m a creative technologist at
    metaLAB & I’m currently finishing up a
    library degree. I like making things
    out of code, cardboard, paper, wood,
    or whatever else is around. I currently
    spend most of my time exploring
    north berkshire county, where I live as of
    september 2018. [+++]

    jessicayurko[aaaaat]gmail

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Cyberlaw Guide to Protest Art




CYBERLAW GUIDE TO PORTEST ART / 2018
With The HLS Cyberlaw Clinic, Sarah Newman
# publication
brk.mn/protestart


The guide originated at Harvard Law School’s Cyberlaw Clinic as a straightforward resource for protest artists to navigate copyright law. While the clinic’s team wrote the text of the guide, I worked on an accompanying set of illustrations aiming to model the concepts described in the text.

It was published on Medium as a series of short chapters:
Roadmap
Copyright Part 1
Copyright Part 2
Copyright Part 3
Trademark
Rights of privacy and publicity
Sharing and merchandising your work

The guide was published in 2018 on the anniversary of the Women’s March. Surrounding the release, the clinic posted a set of Tweets designed to encapsulate some of the key ideas from the guide in a shareable form.





















Mona Lisa (public domain); “banksy-graffiti-street-art-mona-lisa-bazooka
image courtesy of Flickr user Bruce Krasting, CC-BY-2.0






Landscape, CC0






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