He’s sitting on a big plush lion, how cute :D
Bettie Page on the beach
Photo: Marcus Gunnarsson
Latex: Westward Bound
Feel free to reblog, but please don’t remove the credits. Thanks. <3
Reblogging to help boost the signal about this rip-off artist.
EVEN MORE STOLEN IMAGES, PLEASE RE-BLOG
Please look at these images. This “stall” belongs to a Dealer who exhibited at London Expo this weekend.
Images look familiar? They should. They’re all STOLEN.
This guy claims to be the “genius” behind these works of art. Truth is, the majority, if not ALL of them, have been swiped from deviantART, printed on canvas and sold WITHOUT PERMISSION.
This guy is a fraud, a plagiarist, a thief and liar. Why is he even allowed to exhibit at London Expo.
We all need to gather proof that this guy isn’t all he claims to be. If you recognise ANY of these images. PLEASE SHARE OR COMMENT BELOW. A lot of these works are by American artists. We need to inform them and put a stop to this.
Please, please share and let a team of us put this right. We need to gather a lot of solid evidence to get this guy thrown out.
He didn’t have any business cards (no surprises there) but he’s exhibited and sold at London Expo many, many times.
I intend to write a deviantART journal about this and spread the word myself. It would help greatly if you could share your photos here too and we can pool all our evidence in one place and compare photos.
BY THE WAY, THE GUY IN THE FOURTH PHOTO IS THE MAIN STALL-HOLDER, I BELIEVE, HE WAS PUTTING ALL THE CANVASES OUT ON DISPLAY.
Thank you all for reading.
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THERE IS A FUCKING SPECIAL PLACE FOR YOU IN HELL
I’ve heard of this guy. Apparently he’s stolen my works as well. I’ve heard at cons he’ll tell everyone that he has “full permission from the artists” to reprint our work and sell it, which is straight-up BULLSHIT.
Yokohama born Hina Aoyama who is currently living in France, creates highly detailed artworks by masterfully cutting layers and pleats on pleats of paper and turning them into beautiful pieces of work that are both delicate and intricate. The delicacy of her work can be seen in the creation of a small butterfly and the level of detail in each and every creation of hers is unbelievable. Aoyama says “I don’t follow traditional, but I am trying to create a mixture of the traditional and modern styles and to produce my own world through this super fine, lacy-paper-cuttings technique.”