Sunday, April 29, 2007

Juxtapoz: Art thief Todd Goldman "admits copying"
Dave Kelly/Todd Goldman Update
Tuesday, 17 April 2007
Some updates on our Todd Goldman story from last week:

Mike Tyndall set up a page of examples of art used by Todd Goldman and David & Goliath, his t-shirt & accessory company, which has been copied from other artists. The images to the left are a side-by-side comparison gleaned from Tyndall's post of "Todd's" work next to their original counterparts. He also posts the press release issued by Todd Goldman's publicist two days after our editorial.

Todd Goldman admits copying a drawing that was submitted to him without checking who created it. Dave Kelly, the artist whose work Todd Goldman used that generated the controversy is offered payment or the choice to donate the proceeds from the sale of work bearing his art to charity.

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