Quibi’s ‘Memory Hole’ Accused of Plagiarizing Content From Boutique Art Collective

Quibi’s ‘Memory Hole’ Accused of Plagiarizing Content From Boutique Art Collective
Memory Hole,” a show on the new streaming service Quibi, has been accused of plagiarizing art and its title from art collective Everything Is Terrible!

Everything Is Terrible! cited the similarities in a tweet on Monday, the day of Quibi’s launch, and accused “Memory Hole” creator Scott Vrooman of ripping off one of the art collective’s work.

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Looks like @Quibi made a show that presents crazy found footage clips and called it Memory Hole (of all the things you could have called it… seriously?). It’s also deeply disappointing to see our logo from 10+ years ago completely ripped off as the look for the entire show. pic.twitter.com/fmduCXkb8M

— Everything Is Terrible! (@E_I_T) April 6, 2020

The art collective, founded in 2007, launched its own “Memory Hole” show in 2014, which compiles a variety
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