As we've covered extensively, Supreme is suing Married To The Mob over their decade-old "Supreme Bitch" parody T-shirt. The general consensus is that this situation is a bit ridiculous as Supreme themselves are known for their own parodies and bootlegs - not to mention that fact that the logo in question is a flip of artist Barbara Kruger’s work. Kruger herself weighed in on the lawsuit, calling it “a ridiculous clusterfuck of totally uncool jokers.

In lieu of these events, NYC blog ANIMAL created a “Sue me” parody tee, which they're giving away for free via Klughaus Gallery. Stop by 154 Stanton Street (corner of Suffolk Street) from 12-8 p.m. daily. Or you can make your own - head to ANIMAL to find out how.

  • Photography:Aymann Ismail/ANIMALNewYork

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