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indeed mate ;) it's on the wall of my office

lovely thoughts. rock oN

Do you think this would have worked well for Shepard Fairey?


very dangerous ground.
the whole talent imitates, genius steals get mighty mis-quoted all the time and all my friends who had their designs stolen, screwed with, are pretty angry about justifying a lack of imagination. There's a big difference from taking an element and taking the element, obviously...

Shepard Fairey isn't a genius he's purely a thief. A great draftsman and marketeer perhaps...
He steals / imitates and it's not clever, it just looks lacking in imagination.
So, a broad statement is very hard to qualify for all adopters of that statement.
This argument will go on forever.

i expected an argument... or at least mini discussion... doh

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