Monday, July 4, 2011

independence


First, Happy Fourth!

 I painted a snappy picture for this day,
which I'll post at the end of this experiment...
First, I'll bait the hook with this:


I'm fishing for the so-and-so who's been
offering my photos, paintings and Pollock app pieces
as wallpaper.
Without attribution.

In the interest of fair trade,


 defined on Wikipedia as
 a trading partnership, based on dialogue,
 transparency and respect,
I have a Creative Commons license
which allows the use of my art posted on this blog, 
but WITH attribution.


So I'm hereby declaring my independence
with a purposely fudged print.




May your bottles all be rockets!

9 comments:

hw (hallie) farber said...

I hope you catch the so-and-so. Your Fourth of July greeting (art and words) is the absolute best.

Casey Klahn said...

Well done!

Crystal Cook said...

I hope you catch the so and so's too. Makes me SO angry!!

Gosh this bottle rocket one is GORGEOUS! Such power, such presence! Really well done. :D

SamArtDog said...

I'm glad folks are watching, and it's good to know I've got a posse. I'd like a little credit, but obviously, the "innertube" is a big world, and I know that if we post, we host.

Double "D" said...

Dam! Mind of I ride along? Lets run um down before the cross the border. Saddle up your paints and ride.

Celeste Bergin said...

love all pieces and I think it is crap that someone seeks to profit from your talent. Wrong, just wrong!

Katherine van Schoonhoven said...

Did you find the thief? Some people take without giving credit, that's for sure. And some don't want to have their moral compasses adjusted.

Love the bottle rocket! You are a master of the ap! When will you start teaching others how to do it?

We saw lots of fireworks displays over the water, which gave us double the pleasure with the watery reflections.

SamArtDog said...

Kvan--
Moral compasses have no true north. I suspect the crook will be forever lost.

Thinking about how to teach how-tos about something which seems so easy seems too easy. Which makes it hard.

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

you know I like these abstracts. I also hope you catch the so and so!!
Idjit!