It seems you can’t keep Small Japanese Soldier out of the news. The consultancy (for the benefit of Jestico & Whiles’ Tim Ling that’s what it is, not a vegetable or a book) e-mails us to say Paul Kelleher – the bloke who lopped the head off the statue of Margaret Thatcher – was wearing an SJS T-shirt at his sentencing last week. SJS claims it cannot be held responsible for the actions of people once they receive its garments. But that hasn’t stopped the group sending Kelleher a ‘goody box’ of Zen primers, cookies and seaweed sticks c/o Her Majesty’s Prison Service. Free the SJS One, we say.
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F1’s logo, designed by Wieden + Kennedy last year, could face a copyright dispute because of its similarity to that of a compression tights brand owned by manufacturing giant 3M.