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Flyer: Zombie Party by stuckwithpins Flyer: Zombie Party by stuckwithpins
Non-Commissioned Work
Flyer for my 18th Birthday zombie party

NOTE: This design has been ripped off countless times. DO NOT replicate, use any elements in your own work, or make derivative works from this piece. This is stealing, and a violation of creative rights. The design is also not for sale, so please don't ask. If you are interested in me designing you a custom-made flyer, contact me.

See pictures from this party here!
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hueyangdesigns Featured By Owner May 17, 2013
minducadesign Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2012  Student
Hi, nice work...
what is the name of the font you used?

Thanks :D
korukarelia Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2012
THANKS :) IS MY!!!!!!!!!
JoshWaFX Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2012
This is Awesome!
TabDrum Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2012
Great work! What type of writing did you used?
perhosia Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012  Student General Artist
What font is that? :3 It's beautiful!
xstortionist Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2012
Oh I love this! Good job! You must know that you cannot simply tell people not to "replicate" this design. That'd be like McDonalds telling Burger to not sell a hamburger with 2 pieces of meat or Coke telling Pepsi to not sell / create a cherry flavored soft drink. There's laws set in place for others to be competitive and do things that are similar in nature.

Anyhoot, enough politic talk. I really love this flyer design! Good Job!
stuckwithpins Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2012  Professional General Artist
You're obviously not familiar with the word plagiarism. To take something that someone else created and exactly replicate it for the purpose of reselling it is legally and ethically wrong. There's a difference between taking inspiration from a source and completely ripping off someone else's work.
xstortionist Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2012
M'am no disrespect intended. I am very familiar with this as I worked for the largest full-service automotive advertising agency in the world for over 8 years. During my employment I was repeatedly told to mimick other agencies creative work by upper management. Many times copying exactly what was presented only to change a few things.

We had a large professional legal team on staff and it is perfectly legal to imitate another graphical item, as long as you make it your own.

You say "do not use any elements in your work..." but as you can clearly see, you are indeed using a burst and badge element in your work that has been used countless times in the beginning of advertising and marketing during the Madison Avenue era.

This is a very tough subject but you must be educated around the legality of creativity. Do not be upset at me, be upset at the legislators who created the laws.

Again, no disrespect intended, it's a beautiful piece. I would feel proud of someone copying my work, but copying and selling it identically as what you have here would not be acceptable... but unfortunately there are designer out there looking to capitalize on others hard work.

Cheers and keep up the good work! You just gained a fan! :)
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