Defenders of Design Theft

October 11th, 2006 by Jerome Dahdah

Defenders Of Design TheftDesign theft is something every designer comes across at some point in his career. Some people just can’t keep their fingers off other peoples’ work and claim it theirs. Once discovered, these individuals fire off a certain set of arguments that may seem hard to counter at first. Not all hope is lost, however, as James Bennett of The B-List has managed to classify the characteristics of design thief arguments into three species: Turpem tuus, Auferet omnes and Situs in publica, along with their respective antidotes. My work has been ripped numerous times before, so I find this particulary funny. Read it all here.

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