The Plagiarism Reiterated from The Brands That “Is Inspired by” Bloggers in

Again a case of fraudulent use of images without permission on the part of fashion brands that he then marketed as own designs. In a moment in which everything is connected to the maximum, with the ability to instantly see what is happening in India or Brazil from a couch located in Madrid, fashion brands are amazing with some tactics that turns them against in a second. The case of the blogger Like a princess by Kuka with the brand John John Denim It is one more to add to the list of recent years.

Zac Efron more John John Denim

If Zac Efron does not look it the same design of John John Denim It fails to turn around the world, since we already know the passions that this actor, image of the signature. One of these stops was Spain, with Like princess by Kuka among means. At that time come into play lawyers, lawsuits…

Inditex, an old acquaintance

These are some of the most well-known cases that have affected Inditex in recent years.

In May 2008 Rocío Cañero found out that at Zara had plagiarized him his drawings.

In 2009 Pelayo Díaz found your face in Bershka.

In May 2010 Zara already took a picture of Le Blog de Betty into a t-shirt with drawing.

In June 2010, Zara takes a picture of Miss Pandora for a t-shirt.

In December 2010, Andy Torres found his image for FaceHunter in a t-shirt of Lefties.

In February 2011 Stradivarius It launched a line of t-shirts with photos of bloggers turned into drawings, including Miss Pandora and Beware of my heels.

Miss Pandora inspires all

Miss Pandora you have, apparently, the trophy for the highest number of plagiarism. In July 2010 Pepe Jeans took another one of his images for a t-shirt.

Question before doing so

With so many cases of plagiarism by large companies – here only I have reflected Inditex, Pepe Jeans and John John Denim, current and relevant, but surely there are thousand more – which then they sell these images with the aim of obtaining a generous income still surprised that not arise to change tactics.

Call it x, call it what you want. In the end always is & #8220;an external provider“ who takes the blame. It is the excuse to say: Miss, my dog has eaten the duties. And that, as strong as the current liability policies should not pass.

Brands are playing much with idiots like these details because in the end they are a small notch in his Crystal, but we know that if the notch is not arranged, this breaks.

Leave of side the already controversy about the “ inspiration ”, “ clones ” and other similar reasonable between large firms, that it has already given to thousand debates (and those yet to come). I focus on this type of bloggers that surely would be happy to collaborate with such or which brand upon payment of contract by image or exploitation rights. In this way brands would have a very big positive publicity since bloggers becoming proud of having served as inspiration or image for an article of such powerful firms and would support them since their platforms.

Do not do this and act from behind, brands finished with constants Prestige crisis and economic consequences in the courts or previous step to these agreements which could well have been avoided in the prior contract.

The reality is that no one is going to stop buying in a great brand because you have done this (Inditex is the perfect example), but these could act legally and stop doing this kind of practices that are not conducive to face their potential audiences.

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