This is a beautiful painting, but it’s of MY DOG and used WITHOUT my permission! Picture was taken by my photographer hubby. Tried to contact good ol’ Dean Russo, but to no avail. Hubby informed him it was HIS picture, never mind the fact it’s HIS dog and he had no right stealing it, making a painting and trying to sell the painting! All we want is photography credit, and he ignored our email.
Here’s the original picture:
and here is the rip:
I designed a beautiful site for AventalKitchenware.com
When a month down the road their hosting company says they are going to transfer them over to Tomato Cart and request the PSD file for their site.
No only did they do a horrible job on the transfer but an oddly similar template popped up in their Template Store.
And now even on sale in the Tomato Cart Shop
The Original Design:
The Stolen Design
AMV BBDO: Economist Ad
Darkie Made: So Far Gone Album Cover
Rap star Drake’s ‘So Far Gone’ album artwork by Darkie Made bears quite a resemblance to this ad for The Economist by AMV BBDO. Who ripped who?
I designed a poster for Disney’s Tron Legacy about 2 years ago, completely self-initiated or “fan art”, something I created out of a love of the style. Well, the images below basically tell the story. It recently came to my attention that the poster was taken and used to promote a big rave event in Brazil called Kaballah & Euphoria. Very blatant, just took my image without permission and used it as promotion. Total theft.
According to the source code, the site was created by Atash Design. Numerous emails have been sent to these people and to the event promoters with no effect or reply.
The Signalnoise Tron Legacy poster
The website for Kaballah & Euphoria
First, here is the logo for Flip video cameras, which I believe was created in about 2006:
Next, I present a secondary logo for Flip Skateboards. This logo is tough to find as they have used a few different ones over the years, but I remember having a t-shirt with this one on it well before 2006.
[editor's note: Cisco killed the Flip line of cameras this week. If I had to guess whether the logo was the problem, I'd say probably not, but who knows? -sg ]