This is one of the many smudger-repainters I’m gonna bring to light here.
Original image: http://www.uberapparatus.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/zivity-alley-katze.jpg
And if it’s not clear here’s a animated GIF
and here I leave you with the typical response of a low moral ARGHtist on deviantart when you confront her/him/it with evidence:
If you check her page i’ll be you’ll find other stuff she has stolen from somewhere and getting all smudged on photoshop
What a shame…and I swear i know more, but gimme time to prepare!
This spring in Toronto, Hip Hop Karaoke put together this T-shirt design for their 3rd anniversary show with Chali 2na, printed less than a hundred shirts and that was that. This past weekend at Rock the Bells (kind of a hip hop woodstock) in New York City someone noticed our design, ripped and on sale at a merch booth! It’s a blatant bad live trace (why’d they leave the “3″ in there?) with some less than classy edits.
This is absolutely absurd. I contacted the seller kindly pointing out the extreme level of copyright infringement and of course never heard back. Why do people think they can get away with this?
I found this piece in a local designer’s store located in Pereira, Colombia called TrendyLoft but the stores is not who violates the intelectual property but CaosBags the brand who make the bags, that bag company has no website.
Here is the original piece from Mais2
Here are the pics of CaosBags’ piece that even removed the artist name of the artwork.
(above: original) Glennz t-shirt vector design (below) Student Copycat
Andrés Giovanni Pineda Higuera seems to be too cheeky to think that glennz is not that famous, and claim the rights of a design piece for ACADEMIC PURPOUSES.