Copying Other People's work.....!!!

This is the kind of thing that makes artists furious. Artists are sensitive people, and we really care & are passionate about what we do! So, when someone comes along & STEALS our designs, we need to take action, and that is what I am doing right now with this post. A tiny company called jack in the box designs, is claiming that the prints they are selling are their designs. Are you kidding me? I recognize a few that I know for a FACT aren't their designs, including mine!  I know I should expect this kind of disrespect, but this is just plain wrong!!  

They aren't just RIPPING me off, but others at the same time! Do they think because they are in Canada it's ok?? Well, they're wrong! Copyright laws exist all over. Here's the even funnier part, they say on their blog they created these designs 3 years ago....but coincidentally, all their designs are using my exact color schemes as well as ones from Binth, Penny People and Chaiv.  They also had the nerve to go to some kind of show & exhibit their work (you know, the designs they're ripping off). I don't mind if someone makes a replica for their own personal use, but for commercial purposes....that, I am not cool with. 

Please help support the artists and businesses who work their butts off to create and come up with original work. Tell people like this that they are WRONG and they are clearly copying others. How do they justify this behavior??!?  How do you feel about this?  What if it was your work? 
 
Please email them at: Jackinthebox.designs@yahoo.ca and let them know they are violating the works of others. Or feel free to let them know by leaving a comment on their blog here. 
Something as simple as "you are clearly copying other artists work". 

 Thank you.


**UPDATE**: These copycats have now deleted their Facebook page & their blog, however, neither I nor the other artists/designers have gotten a response from them. Figures. If they appear again, I'm certain my readers and customers will tell me. 


Below is just a portion of what is/was on their blog....




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What she writes (above) in her blog post cracks me up...and I quote, "We came up with this design and appropriately named it "ABC Original."


Here she is above (I was kind enough to blur her face out) selling copyrighted work by other designers (including mine) at a booth.


As the saying goes, "stealing is easy, being original is hard".


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129 comments

  1. just sent an email letting them know who the true artist is :)

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  2. Good finds. Now that's what I call copycat! I hope they are ashamed of themselves and that nobody buys their "work."

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  3. aww that's awful!! at least you have the knowledge that it's your artistic grace that creates the true beauty of your pieces. that and i totally believe in karma!! :)

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  4. as a Graphic Designer, I would be more then just furious if someone copy my work, claiming it as theirs and trying to make money out of it. You should definitely take some action! I dont mind if others are using other people's graphic as an inspirations..but not copying the whole thing!

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  5. Oh my god, this makes me so sad Jen. I'm going to see if anyone I know in Stratford can go see the store in question. Thanks for letting me know.

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  6. That would make me very furious and i would have a few choice words for them too!! And they're even claiming their work to be authentic!-such audacity!

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  7. Holy crap. Do you a link to their website?

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  8. I'd be pissed! I had others copying website designs (and code) of mine and was furious! I contacted them and requested to take it down otherwise I would go to a lawyer and sue them. Luckily it worked and they took it down because truth was that my chances (I am from Germany, the other person/company was from Turkey) to procced anything against them were pretty low... So it really depends but if there were any chances to sue them successfully I'd do so. I'm really tired of people ignoring copyrights ...

    I can't believe they are claiming that the designs are theirs and even tell some stories how they came up with them! What's wrong with people????

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  9. Oh, Jen, I hate this. How awful. I don't understand how companies can do that and think that it's ok. I will never understand why people want to be copy cats! Be who you are and express YOUR ideas! Not someone else's! I support you and other artists one hundred percent :)

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  10. MARIA: The link is at the top of my blog header....it's highlighted in orange. :)

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  11. MARY: Thank you for emailing them....it's such a disrespect on so many levels to myself and the other artists.

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  12. get em'! that is infuriating and they should not be able to get away with it.

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  13. That is just wrong wrong wrong! They should be ashamed...kudos to you for finding them and letting people know!

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  14. Oh Jen...I am so sorry to hear that is happening to you. Your work is beautiful & you are so passionate about it. Sending hugs your way!!

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  15. This is just terrible!! I'll definitely be emailing them as well. Have you tried to visit their FB page? Might want to join their group temporarily so you can post a warning there as well!!

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  16. Urgh.. I totally hate copycat! You must report them!

    I will re-open my online shop and there's some handmade product and hate it if others would copy mine!


    ~aia~


    my shop
    http://mrstanaya.blogspot.com/

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  17. K.E.R.-
    I am no longer on FB, but I had a friend post on their page already...thank you for your support.

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  18. That's so wrong! That's great that you're taking a stand and educating everyone about this foolery!

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  19. It's HORRID, HORRID, HORRID!! I hope that your letter makes a statement and they are forced to stop this immediately. How awful!!

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  20. That is INSANE and HORRIBLE! Will let them know!

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  21. Wow, this is terrible! What a blatant thing to do!!
    I feel like I have been hearing more and more about this, with artists work, or even people who are copying other blogger's posts WORD for WORD! These people are cowards.
    Nancy

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  22. MARCUS DESIGN: Yes, that is also a known fact that there are bloggers out there COPYING other blogger's posts...word for word. People need to speak up and tell these people they just can't do this and try to get away with it. I will support any other artist or blogger who comes to me with this issue 100%.

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  23. Did they really believe no one would notice???

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  24. UGH how infuriating! Be professional ppl! Hope it all works out, Jen!

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  25. EMJIE:
    I know right...well they're wrong.

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  26. Absolutely DISGRACEFUL!!! Good on your for standing up for yourself and other artists my dear... I too would be outraged! x

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  27. Jen I sent them off a quick and to the point email: 'Copying original artwork is one of the most disrespectful things you can do.'
    I'm upset that they are giving Canadians a bad name.
    Nancy

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  28. That's just ridiculous & so blatant! I'll be sure to leave these pathetic people a "love note" for you.

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  29. OMG! That is unbelievable!!!! Good for you for calling them on their stuff!!!! It's one thing to be inspired and create and quite another to blatantly copy! I am outraged for you and the others!!! How do these people sleep at night???....Boggles the mind. Keep on truckin' sweet lady. The truth always wins :)

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  30. love how the artwork created by them 3 years ago has 2010 on it in the birth notice! Ha. It really p's me O too.

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  31. MARCUS DESIGN: NANCY: Thank you so much for your support & emailing them. I am in touch with two of the other artists they are ripping off and they are emailing them as well. We even know their location from the pictures they posted on their blog...Thank you!
    oxox

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  32. WOW! They didn't change ANYTHING!! This is terrible.

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  33. TAMMY: Good observation... i noticed that too.

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  34. I gotta be honest... I feel terrible that they copied your work, but it felt REALLY good telling them off on their blog ;)

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  35. Have you heard a response from them yet? they sure have been quick to delete comments left on their FB page! They're probably sweating buckets right about now! Good.

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  36. CHRISTINE: Thank you for your support and for leaving the comment on their blog. I noticed they've already REMOVED the posts...however they haven't even responded to me just yet.
    So ridiculous...

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  37. This is disgusting! I'm so sorry this is happening to you (and others)... I'm going to go leave a comment on the offender's blog too.

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  38. K.E.R: She is reading our emails but not one PEEP out of her. No email yet...oh yes, she also deleted the posts. What she isn't aware of is that one of the designers lives in Canada, not too far from that shop. I already spoke to the artist and she is ready to defend her design and work.
    Thank you for your support.

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  39. I wish that there was a way to know if you are buying for the original artist and not a copy cat. I'm so sorry that this has happened to you! I am glad to say though that I bought my LOVE print from YOU :)

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  40. I suppose imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

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  41. I left a comment on her blog but she has now deleted the posts.

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  42. TAMMY JAMES:Thank you for leaving the comment...I did get to see it, and when I tried to leave another they had already deleted ALL their posts.

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  43. hi Jen,

    i tried leaving a comment on their blog but i keep getting an error message. I did send it through email though. That is just so wrong and disrespectful!

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  44. gotta hate that. don't they know that it's copyright infringement? well, i guess this post worked because when i clicked through to their blog, there wasn't anything there. no posts at least. and only 3 followers.

    so glad you found them though. i have found a site that copied my post and pictures word for word without permission. so sad that people can't come up with their own original content or work and have to copy others to try to make money.

    hope you get them good!

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  45. TIFFANY:
    Yea they deleted it because they know they are in the WRONG.

    I also have seen bloggers copying other bloggers postings, WORD for WORD - that is the same thing in my opinion and copyright infringement. Such a shame.

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  46. Yikes. Hope Meaghan's learned her lesson and won't rip-off any work from you or others again!

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  47. Thieves! Cowards! Despicable animals! They should be burned at the stake!

    Er. Well, that's too much but the point is the same. Punishment should be made where it is due.

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  48. Oh my goodness that is terrible! I am so sorry that they thought they could get away with that but I am so happy someone tipped you off. I hope they think long and hard before trying something that stupid again. They will be caught!

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  49. That just plain sucks. I had a similar situation, and ended up taking action by trademarking my design. It worked out well, because the attorney let me pay her in product!
    I'm glad you called them out!

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  50. Clearly these are extremely unintelligent people! What person with half a brain would think that they could get away with this! Especially with the online network that exists nowadays. Morons. Hateful, disrespecting Morons!

    I have emailed my above thoughts to these idiots.

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  51. this post totally rubbed me the wrong way. Minus one follower off your list.

    Are you trying to say something about Canadians?

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  52. I couldn't even stand being copied during arts and crafts in elementary school - it must be maddening for a professional! Check this blog out:
    http://youthoughtwewouldntnotice.com/
    It is dedicated to this sort of thing.

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  53. OLEANDER: You must have read the post wrong. This has NOTHING to do with Canadians and Im not sure where you would get that impression. Infact one of the artists who was stolen from ,is from Canada. I love Canada...have visited there a few times...so Im not sure why you think that.

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  54. Awwww that sucks! Sorry, they look JUST like yours. The nerve of some people, find your own style and creations!

    proud of you for speaking up, for real!

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  55. wow, you weren't kidding!! the similarities between SO MANY ARTISTS is undeniable. i'm surprised they even tried to make an excuse.
    xo alison

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  56. TO EVERYONE:

    Thank you to everyone who was kind enough to email them...just think, this can easily happen to you as well. If it does, please email me as I am in full support and will support you.

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  57. you might be interested to know they have deleted all the content from their blog!
    sal x
    www.oncedailychic.blogspot.com

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  58. it´s a shame they´re doing that, but thank God u have your designs copyrighted! legally you can prove that way you are the original artist.
    Everything happens for a reason, so don´t worry, smile & dont let things like this ruin your day, cuz you´re creative & you can kick their butt!!

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  59. i just sent them a not so nice email. i told them they clearly have good taste in art,create their OWN!!! be original! what they are doing is so wrong. thank you for sharing this with us and allowing us to help you and the other artists.

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  60. How awful! They have another email...

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  61. I hear you girl! You are smart to take action, you have worked hard to create your work and your brand and have the right to defend it. I applaud you. Janell

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  62. OLEANDER: I'm another one of the designers whose work was copied (chaiv) and I am also originally from Canada--I think what Jen meant when she mentioned the copycat being Canadian was that they were trying to tap into another market outside of the US and thought they would slip under the radar if they did this--I thought the same thing when I noticed they were selling in Canada. No offense intended and certainly none taken on my end Jen! Thanks for posting this on behalf of all of us! I hope they've learned their lesson.

    Vin

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  63. well said jen! people like this need to be exposed for what they really are. way to fight back - you know we all have your (and other artists) back!

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  64. VIN:
    Very well said. I think some people believe just because they do this in another country that the laws don't apply and they can get away with it. Thank you Vin for letting me know.

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  65. You know they think they are very clever...but look at the copies compared with the originals. The copies lack so much....yes...colors are the same...but they don't have the feeling for correct leading or letter spacing. Oh they think they have copied you exactly...but you can see in their work...they lack true talent...even when copying.
    As a fellow designer and artist...I feel your pain...of course I looked at them and thought....they can't even copy correctly! What no talent losers.

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  66. wow they haven't even made any effort to be a little different - that's just sad. :(

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  67. it is so hard when others do this... God will walk you thru this... and you will be ok. xx pam

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  68. That sucks!
    However, when I purchased my prints, they were all from you :)
    Good on you for shaming them on your blog.

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  69. I am so with you on this one. It is not fair and not right. Shame on them for presenting your work as theirs on the exhibit. I will post about this on my blog this week and will email them right away. People like them usually can get away with something like this, but not for long...

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  70. Well...there's nothing on their blog now. They've deleted their posts? Do you have a link to another site? They are not on Facebook any longer either...

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  71. CASA BELLA:
    Yes, they removed the blog and FB page after several readers and artists emailed them...
    Two other artists (whose works they were stealing) as well as i, emailed them and they never even bothered to respond.

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  72. Wow! That is some SERIOUS copying. With the amount of time they spent copying the layouts, colors, and fonts, they could've just come up with something new! That's ridiculous.

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  73. Ohhh what are horrible thing...How people can do this? I am glad they removed the items already....Ohh....dont you just hate behaviour like that?

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  74. Awful awful awful!!!! It infuriates me knowing this. It's happened to me in the past and i was so angry! I contacted an Anti-Copyright company for help and support. Thankfully it got dealt with, however how am i ever to know it won't, or hasn't happened again!? I hope you get this resolved quickly. It just goes to show that unfortunately some designers haven't enough talent or passion to make their own mark!

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  75. It is really bsad when designers cannot come up with their own ideas. Surely part of being a designer is to be original and creative and not to copy.
    I am glad that you have found them and exposed them. Well done :)
    As a designer myself I feel nervous about showing my work on the internet, but I guess just as long as everyone works together to keep a look out for copycats then hopefully they can be stopped :)

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  76. As an Artist myself, I fully understand the impact this has! Creativity is very personal. To have it stolen feels very violating. This person should be ashamed of themselves! Jen, you create beautiful work...don't let people like this bring you down!

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  77. People never cease to amaze me. If she was a true artist she would understand the sensation of creating something of your own and also what it would feel like if someone STOLE it.

    Truly AMAED at the blazon BALLS the woman has.
    Much LOVE to you and the other true artist of these wonderful pieces of art!

    I just hope she did not profit too much off you guys!
    Amy

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  78. How infuriating, they shouldn't get away with this!

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  79. This is terrible news, I am also very afraid of this happening! I e-mailed her! Take care!

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  80. Dear Jen,
    Its awfull when people copy your work wich you created with love, creativity and your time.
    I hope you and that you and the other designers get justice and you should know that all your readers are supporting you a 100%
    I hope the word spreads out so that this lady can not sell her copied work no longer.

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  81. Wow, thanks for posting this! I had initially brought attention of the copycat to Chaiv and as a result of the blogosphere helping artists/designers out, they have shut them down (online at least)!

    I get annoyed by these situations as well and in this case, it was a really blatant case of plagiarizing but I am actually even more frustrated by designers whose portfolio of work are all "inspired" by other print designers. (Actually you have one such seller in your "must visit" sidebar feature - such irony.) Although I LOVE selling on Etsy, I find that it is now such an easy source of such plagiarism from other sellers. But it's challenged me to be even more unique, to create new designs more frequently.

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  82. YIKES!!! I'm praying that the copying stops and that YOU are given all the credit you deserve - hang in there!! Down with the immature copycats.

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  83. BIG FAT BOOOOO! Not a fan of people who do this and can't come up with thier own ideas. I do love your stuff. Keep up the great work and I will always come to your spot.

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  84. I'm sorry, that really sucks when you work so hard on your creations. I hope you can get them to stop.

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  85. OMGSH!!!! She deleted everything! lol!! That's horrible... I can understand trying to make your own for your child if you can't afford "real" but selling it???? That's bad... lol

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  86. That's horrible. I at least ask when I am going to using something that belongs to someone else.

    Peace, Love and Chocolate
    Tiffany

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  87. this makes me sick. and seriously how pathetic to be a copycat and claim it is original! i will never buy an imitation "madebygirl" print. so sorry you are dealing with this :(

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  88. Oh man this is beyond horrible. I mean horrible. I feel bad that I am Canadian when people like this think they can go ahead duplicate something a designer took time to design and call their own.

    This is more popular than people know. I know people copy shit (yes sucks to say but its a form a flattery) but if you do it for your own personal reasons it's one thing, but to go ahead and sell it claiming it's your own... COME ON!!! You should go to hell for that. (Sorry I'm a little dramatic) I hate people who do that, and good for you for posting about it. (Which lead to taking down their blog and FB page)

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  89. How rude! Shame on them.

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  90. just sent them an email-- it is ridiculous!

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  91. i work for google -- and i love reading your blog. you can submit a copyright complaint to google blogger and they will remove that person's stuff. the problem is, if it isn't an EXACT replica, they won't take it down...

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  92. i work for google, and i LOVE reading your blog.
    you can submit a copyright complaint to Google blogger. the only issue is, if the person's work isn't an EXACT replica or your work, they may not remove the website.

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  93. ANNA WHITFORD:
    Hi there! :)
    I realize this similar situation has happened to many artists ....so it's not that uncommon. Sorry it also happened to you too. I understand why you were angry, that's how i felt...and we don;t know if it will happen again, but I'm sure I will find out if it does. People always email me and are nice enough to report things like this....

    So far they pulled their FB page and their blog...if I find out they are on Etsy or anywhere else, I will keep going after it with support from lots of people. Thanks!

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  94. she didn't even change up the designs a little bit the colour schemes nothing... Shocking.
    Copying is a form of flattery but this is beyond ridiculous

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  95. Thanks for making us aware of this. It concerns me that someone may be mislead into thinking they have an original. How embarrassing and disheartening for the unsuspecting purchaser regardless of consumer or merchant.

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  96. Oh for heaven's sake, they didn't even attempt to look a little bit different. Blatant copying. That's aweful!

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  97. Jen, are you interested in pursuing this any further, beyond the emails? What is to stop her from continuing to go to shows?

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  98. ROSIE:
    Not only am I interested I am sure the other artists would be too...if she keeps it up, shows or online.

    Why?

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  99. I am so glad you found them and called them out. Please keep us updated. It is not OK for her to make a profit off your work! You have our support.

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  100. brutal! Just take comfort in the fact that you will still be fresh and innovative when she is still selling five-year old stolen designs..(or not selling :)
    and disappointed that it is a fellow Canadian :(

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  101. Wow that's just blatant plagiarism. They didn't even make any attempt to hide it. I feel your pain. I'm a journalist and I often see my work with other people's names on it - very infuriating.

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  102. I too have had my work ripped off by other 'artists' and companies. I know just how you feel. Not on!!!

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  103. This just floors me ... Know that all your faithful readers and customers are looking out for you! ::hugs::

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  104. im sooo sorry :( how can she sleep at night!

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  105. I'm sorry this happened.
    Have you heard of fairshare summary? sign up if you can. it tells you who copied what, and even a link the the thieve's post!

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  106. I have had this same problem myself and it still infuriates me. WHY do people do this ?? HOW can it feel rewarding if it's not their own gift they are using ? I believe there is room for everyone to be successful in this world, no need to ride any coattails.
    So lazy, cowardly and not good kharma.

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  107. Hey Jen! Thanks so much for the article! I've sent an email to them and voiced my dissent, along with hopefully everyone else who is incited by Jack in the Box. I've read other articles about this designer/company copying original work, and it's outrageous!

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  108. Please done block her face so we know who these thieves are. What a shame, stealing other peoples work and selling it as your own, they need to be prosecuted and fast too.

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  109. I don't stand for any kind of copyright infringement, and I see what you're saying on almost all of these but can you copyright the alphabet/kids name thing? My grandma cross stitched me one of those and I was born in the 80s, long before you put those out. That's the only piece I wonder about... I promise I'm not saying you took the idea or something but on certain things that are so generic I wonder. They did take the idea from you (as proven by a billion other pieces exactly like yours that you showed they ripped off) so I'm not disputing that. Sorry that this happened to you!

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  110. I sent them a short but to the point email. You are obviously dealing with people that lack talent and smarts. Good luck to you and the other artists!

    By the way, I have not heard of people copying blog posts. That's horrible too. When did people stop being creative?

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  111. WOW!! arr that is so frustrating. I can't imagine how you feel right now and I am really sorry for that.
    Something needs to be done,, this is crazy!

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  112. Hi, I've only newly gotten to visit your blog a few short times recently, but this was just awfully tragic! I'm so sorry to hear it. (Yours, and the other artist's originals really are beautiful, btw)!

    I noticed that they didn't take the very exact originals to show and sell, they just obviously took the idea, colors, and layouts...which I fully agree is just as much the travesty. Though I was curious, in your looking into this, have you found what the laws do say about how similar something has to be to be copyright infringement? I'd always heard rumors that as long as 10% of something like logos, etc. were different, that they were legal. And then I saw a school change exactly 11 features of another sport team logo to stay legal recently. So I wondered if you were at all concerned that these people might not get their just punishment, since they tried to tweak a couple things? (Like, I thought it was funny to immediately notice the glaringly obvious and oft-overused Gill Sans as their copy-cat typeface of choice (with their bad leading and kerning), instead of the more creative and finely letterspaced one you used. :)

    Anyway, I hope you and the others are able to come out with a happy ending in all this, and the thieves their due justice as well.

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  113. That's just disgusting - just because their copies aren't identical doesn't make it any less wrong, they stole the ideas.
    Off to write an email to them now.
    If this was my work i'd just be so angry!

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  114. Hi Jen, I've been following your blog for a while now and this is the lowest thing an "artist" can do. I've already sent them an email though I doubt they'll respond. If you want to take action talk to a lawyer that knows about copyright, unfortunately these laws don't really help too much and there are geographical limitations, so the fact that she's in canada actually could help her, as infuriating as that is, but I'm no lawyer and there's a lot more to this type of law that meets the eye.

    Still, they must have gotten a pretty strong response from people to disappear like that. nice.

    btw, love your designs.

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  115. Actually, I would say that the images she's created are downright identical to the originals. And she's copied my work, and I'm in Canada, so I don't think she did this because of "geographical" reasons, but instead just because of the pure reason that she thought she could profit off of other peoples designs.

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  116. Wow - thats just plain awful! I'm glad you spoke out on this! And just read your update that she deleted everything good!

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  117. DIANA:
    Yes, I actually have...thanks you for letting me know though! :)

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  118. LINDSAY & R. MAY A :
    I agree with you both of you 100%....
    This person was obviously aware she was infringing upon someone else's work. I know there are a bunch of legalities involved but it doesn't make it right. I will do whatever I can to make it known (if she appears again) that she is doing this intentionally knowing that the work is clearly not her idea. She knows she was STEALING ideas...I mean they are almost identical. She even placed the same colors in the same spots. The only thing she didnt do is the same font in some, perhaps because she couldnt find it. She is clearly aware of what she was doing and that is the reason for her LACK of response to my emails & the emails from the other artists...as well as readers.

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  119. LAURA:
    what are you trying to say?

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  120. GREY LIKES WEDDINGS:
    If you have any other info from anyone else writing about this company, please let me know where, thanks!

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  121. WOW! It really is unbelievable the things people do.

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  122. Good for you on calling the copy cats out!

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  123. wow- well said on your part!

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  124. OUTRAGE! People are so ridiculous. If I wasn't so angry it would make me sad for people like that. Embrace your own creativity, don't go stealing other people's, right?

    We support you!

    xo,
    kate

    www.undeniablestyle.com

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  125. blatant copying. classy. even though she took the same fonts, color schemes and designs, the originals are still so much more beautiful.

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  126. That is shocking!!! How terrible and how wrong!!! Good on you for letting them know your thoughts!!

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