Big Island Brad " Tiki Shark " Parker files infringement lawsuit on

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  HILO, BIG ISLAND (HawaiiNewsNow) - A Big Island artist says a website ripped off his work and now he has filed a lawsuit. Brad Parker sells art at a Big Island gallery and online through his "Tiki Shark" website. He says allowed one of his works, "Forbidden Island" to be plastered on numerous items it sells online. Parker says the issue came to light when body glove canceled a quarter million dollar order because the image it wanted exclusively was being readily sold at "I was shocked...I just felt nauseous...numb...I couldn't believe this was happening. I felt like broke into my home and had gone through my art studio," said Parker. The copyright infringement lawsuit doesn't include a dollar amount.  We contacted It says the case has no merit. [caption id="attachment_429" align="aligncenter" width="640"]Big Island Artist Brad " Tiki Shark " Parker files suit against for infringement. Big Island Artist Brad " Tiki Shark " Parker files suit against for infringement.[/caption] Click on the link to watch the full news report. Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL

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