Uncopyright: this category of my blog includes articles and videos that discuss copyright, free culture, and imitation in art.
If you’re questioning copyright, this guide will help you figure out what to do next.
There’s something there that maybe shouldn’t be. Il y a là quelque chose qui devrait peut-être pas y être.
I don’t believe that artists actually want to be original in the way that many think they do. Je ne crois pas que les artistes veuillent vraiment être original de la manière dont beaucoup pensent qu’ils veulent l’être.
Recently, I was introduced to the work of Miriam Elia, who describes herself as a free culture advocate and a professional copyright infringer.
Three times in the last few months, I’ve had Dean Russo’s art sent to me as work that is similar mine.
2014 was a year of new experiences, all of which forced me to find my strengths in their own ways.
They’re not something I like to focus on, but they have come up recently. Je préfère ne pas me concentrer sur ce genre de chose, mais ce type de sentiment est présent ces jours-ci.
And say it legally.
The creative process is often full of unexpected twists and turns. La créativité passe souvent par des chemins inattendus.
I’ve been promising it for a while: my book about why I don’t copyright my work and why you might not want to either is finally ready!
When I discovered that a former classmate was most likely imitating my style, I had no idea how much I would learn from the experience.
Quand j’ai découvert qu’il était probable qu’une ancienne camarade de classe imitait mon style, j’ai appris énormément de choses.