Would You Take Something That Isn’t Yours?

If you’re an artist, you should protect you work. Via:

2 Responses to “Would You Take Something That Isn’t Yours?”

  1. Nice. Love this post

  2. narra says:

    It is not so much about what other people will do if they believe they can get away with it, but what I do when I believe that I can. I do not take “things” that belong to other people, although I do take away ideas. After some brain composting these ideas work through my thoughts and become parts of new works or ideas of my own. I guess that is my work being informed by the work of others.

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