C developed and sold a prototype suite of furniture with a particular design. D manufactured a similar suite of furniture, which C alleged infringed copyright in C’s suite as artistic works. C claimed that their suite of furniture was a ‘work of artistic craftsmanship’. Held:
· C’s suite of furniture was not a work of artistic craftsmanship.
· Fact that something looks nicedoes not make it ‘artistic’
Varying tests as to what is ‘artistic’ offered by judges