Gwenn Seemel On How Artists Can Avoid Getting Ripped Off On The Net

Gwenn Seemel On How Artists Can Avoid Getting Ripped Off On The Net

Advice on how an artist can cope with copy and paste culture.

Naresh Kumar
  • 25 november 2010

In her blog, noted portrait artist Gwenn Seemel writes about six easy steps she undertakes to ensure that her art is not stolen on the web. What she elaborates on her approach is not how to stop copycats dead in their tracks, but a more practical take on how artists can create art in today’s online space so that they rightfully get paid without any frustrations associated with reproduction of their work. Three

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