1. Good point! But look at his site, even his description states that the prints were “preserved and recreated from Mid-Century Illustrations” at CSA Design, which is an amazing firm devoted to the creation and preservation of design and illustration. So quit being a cyber-bully, mister.

  2. There is no problem with preserving and/or recreating imagery. It is just a little disingenuous to slap your logo on something that very obviously came from another illustrator or source, as I am sure all of these images did. Not really bullying, just pointing out the truth.

  3. From what I understand, for some of their work, CSA puts their own spin on images that are in the public domain. So while someone way back when did create the originals, they’re not violating any sort of copyright with their process. It’s definitely a bit of a controversial topic that not everyone agrees with.

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