The family of Joan Miro was upset to discover elements of several works by the Spanish surrealist incorporated into Google's logo.
(…)Google said that it would honor the request but that it did not believe its logo was a copyright violation. MercuryNews
I am surely not the only one that thinks that a graphic that clearly wasn't created by Juan Miró and is intendeed to celebrate and expose his works to millions (how many of you knew of him before? I didn't, although I've heard of) is an huge asset for the painters' heirs? Idiots.