copsandducks asked: Hey! I saw this floating around in a pic set and wanted to check that you allowed them to use your art!! sheinside(.)com /Black-Contrast-Long-Sleeve-Cat-Print-T-Shirt-p-149378-cat-1738(.)html
Hi folks, I’d like y’all to know that I did NOT give Sheinside.com permission to use my artwork*. I’ll concede that it does look pretty good on that baseball shirt but, still… please don’t buy it.
In fact, I’d recommend that you don’t buy anything from sheinside, as their clothing ‘designs’ are all stolen from other brands and artists. They are cheaply made, bad quality items from China. We also don’t know how ethically sound they are as a company (ie. how do they treat their workers?)
PS. for those who are asking… Yes, it’s copyrighted but it is extremely difficult to assert copyright laws on products from China.
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That is NOT what I am saying here. I am not assuming it’s unethical “just because it’s in China”
I mean that we don’t know how they treat their workers because there is nothing about it on their website and nothing (that I can find) online.
Also, companies that sell very cheap clothing do not generally treat their workers well (see: Forever21, Primark - companies who produce their clothing all over the world - there are plenty of articles about this online).
Many mistakes have been made lately. I have 16 days to look better and loose 2kg. I can do it…