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.
Jeanie M. is a fabulous artist in San Francisco, who has been doing original, wonderful works of art consisting of taxidermied mice en tableaux. She dresses them in tiny costumes, sets them up in anthropomorphic scenes.
Her website is here: http://www.mouseangel.com/mice.htm
Enter the corporate pimps at Dreamworks and their whores, the Chiodo Brothers, who completely rip off Jeanie M’s. work with out so much as a tip of their hat. They just appropriated everything about her work. Did they even contact her? Probably not.
Not the first time the Chiodo Brothers ripped someone off for their work; they ruipped off the “Thunderbirds” TV show with their work on “Team America: World Police”.
Sad to see such intellectual theft. pathetic. I hope she sues Paramount Pictures, Dreamworks, and the Chiodo Brothers and wins big money.
An original Jeanie M. aka "Mouse Girl" work
Another original Jeanie M. aka "Mouse Girl" work
Chiodo Brothers RipOff
...more Chido Brothers RipOffs of Jeanie M.'s work
this was done a few weeks ago. every one at behance recommend me to publish it here.
here the link for the original post: link
Apparently some enterprising restauranteurs wanted to open a breakfast place in Isla Mujeres this year, but didn’t want to go through the hassle of actually having to work with a design company. Instead, they nicked Rooster’s name, logo, and signage. Pollo loco.
The original Rooster, located in St. Louis, MO can be seen on the left in the picture below, here in Flickr and at Roosterstl.com. The logo was designed (with ‘Rooster’ hand drawn) by my friend and coworker.
Rooster Cafe in Mexico Steals Identity Design from Existing Cafe in St. Louis, MO US.