at least they didn't just use stuff they google image searched that is pretty beat but it's good to hear that some people declined. unfortunately there will always be someone that'll do it for the exposure. sounds like an art students wet dream honestly
Wow... just wow. For me it's not that they are asking for it for free. It's their response of 'if you don't do it we will find other people who will' that leaves a bad taste for me.
same here ckret
"There's something about turning the pages of a book or magazine and the felling of rubbing your hands across the words."
This is my pen tool. There are many like it, but this one is MINE. My pen tool is my best friend. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. My pen tool without me is useless. Without my pen tool, I am useless.
there is no grey area when it comes to 1 color logos.
“I have done gift cards for Target that are in stores nationwide and animations for Nickelodeon that run 24 hours a day worldwide on cable TV,” Melinda Beck, an illustrator who is based in Brooklyn, wrote in an e-mail message to Google rejecting its offer. “Both of these jobs were high-profile and gave my work great exposure but both clients still paid me.”
Exposure alone isn't enough to feed artists. Why don't people get that?
It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn't use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like "What about lunch?"– Winnie the Pooh
They already opened the gates by providing "designer" skins for the google.com/ig pages.
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"I put my heart and my soul into my work, and have lost my mind in the process."
A good art director will see past the dummy text, but it will definitely identify the portfolio piece as unpublished work. Then again, since it's student work, it shouldn't be a big deal. A few months...