Two graffiti artists have sued Oakley for using images of the outdoor murals that they created in San Francisco in a marketing campaign without their knowledge or consent. The murals were reproduced in stores and in advertising material, adding Oakley's logos and taking off the signatures of the two artists, Donald Robbins and Noah Darr. The suit, which was filed in the District Court of Central California, asks for a verdict of copyright infringement and falsification of copyright management information, immediate removal of Oakley's artworks, damages and coverage of legal fees.