New York, NY (PRWEB) October 3, 2006
Ivy Supersonic, hat designer to the stars, gets inked on Miami Ink by tattoo artist Kat Von D. Her new tattoo is a cartoon version of herself (a tat in a hat.) The Ivy Supersonic cartoon originated at Universal Music Group. Supersonic bought the cartoon of herself back from Universal in 2002, when they had a high staff turn over.
Supersonic is also a designer of characters for animated cartoons and launched the Ivy Supersonic cartoon on the CNN segment "Scrat Fight" with Jeanne Moos. She has a 10 million dollar lawsuit against Rupert Murdoch and his multi-billion dollar conglomerate, 20th Century Fox for the alleged theft of her cartoon character Sqrat aka Scrat, the main star in both Ice Age Movies.
Ice Age reached a height of 26, as an all time grossing movie. Between box office and merchandising Fox has grossed over 1.5 billion dollars internationally and domestic in sales. The case is now at the Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit New York, NY Case Number (044401) and the oral argument is scheduled to be heard December 2006.
In November 2005, Supersonic inked a permanent ad campaign on her body with 17 tattoos against Fox seeking "justice" with high hopes that she will find it and is seeking more than just the word "justice" tattooed across her chest.
Taking her tattoo campaign to the skies, Supersonic hired airplanes to tow 100 foot banners of her tattooed campaign on her body on top of the 20th Century Fox building in Los Angeles, The Ice Age 2 Movie Premiere at the Chinese Mandarin Theater, Vivendi Universal who put out Ice Age video games starring Scrat, and on top of the Oscars. Interested parties can view Supersonic's campaign titled "They Stole the Shirt off My Back, Where is the Justice" at http://www.scrat.com.
Legal documentation, depositions, declarations, press and CNN coverage for her cartoon creation Sqrat aka Scrat can be viewed at http://www.sqrat.net.