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22 October 2008

The Sincerest Form of Flattery - Part II

Well, we are already well aware that Pottery Barn is not averse to a bit of plagiarism, but this time they've really gone too far and plagiarised ME.  And believe me, it hurts.

Remember the three chairs we painted back in April?

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Well here are the Pottery Barn versions.

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Any lawyers out there who fancy assisting me in my multi-billion dollar lawsuit?

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But we know where we saw it first. (Thinks: Why doesn't anyone plagiarise me?)

Oh dear!!

I know.... It's having your design ideas turned into TOYS that hurts the most :)

It's supposed to be the sincerest form of flattery :)

its the biggest form of flattery!!!just take it as a compliment, its pottery barn :)

How dare they!!!!

it's pretty funny, and cool.

It's pretty hilarious isn't it? :) Of course, I don't think they really copied me, it's just that those colours have been in the ether recently. But I did do a double take when I saw them...

I almost fell off my yellow painted adirondack chair when I saw this.
Errr...ooops...now don't you set your lawyers on me now....

Zaara, good job you didn't leave your email address...

Happens ALL the time. I won't mention the company's name... but I sent some samples of my paintings to this company... they sent them back and said they were great, but they weren't for their company and we have our own in-house artist... YES, they do have in-house artists who just happen to do work JUST like mine. I learned my lesson the HARD way.
Welllll... your chairs are GREAT!

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