Designer gets sued over © of his work
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04-09-2009, 08:09 PM
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Springfield, IL USA
In his original digg story he mentioned the Chef Hat. He said he had an account with stockart.com and bought one image a very long time ago -- that of a Chef Hat which he'd used in a logo for a client.
Interesting that the stockart.com email mentions the Chef Hat too. Honestly, this whole thing makes no sense to me.
Why would someone with his educational background, and high-profile client portfolio risk 10 years of trusted & earned reputation in the professional community over 65 pieces of stolen stock art?
Further, if you're guilty, why would you make such huge public noise over the fact that you're being wrongfully accused?
If he is guilty, and has pulled down the legal fund site for that reason; I hope he returns the money to the persons that have donated thus far.
If he does not, he will be in more hot water for other illegal activities such as accepting money under false pretenses and wire fraud.
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