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Theft and Inspiration: Where's The Fine Line?

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Design is all about inspiration. Be it an advertisement you watched on TV, an exciting poster or a digital signage hanging outside a business yard, everything and anything can become inspiration or flood your mind with ideas for a design project awaiting your attention. But when it comes to inspiration in design, there’s a fine line between inspiration and theft that every artist should realize and be wary of. Because plagiarism or stealing another design is not just unethical but it also reflects lack of integrity at artist’s part.

So, here’s a brief list of clear differences between inspiration and theft. Look out!

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Theft and Inspiration: Where's The Fine Line?

  1. 1. Theft and Inspiration: Where's The Fine Line?
  2. 2. Theft is degrading one's work. Inspiration is honoring one's work.
  3. 3. Theft is blindly copying one's design. Inspiration is studying one's design to take cues.
  4. 4. Theft is stealing one design. Inspiration is finding a mix of different ideas.
  5. 5. Theft is plagiarism with no credit. Inspiration is giving credit to the original artist.
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  7. 7. Theft is unethical. Inspiration is ethical.
  8. 8. Theft goes nowhere. Inspiration goes a long way.
  9. 9. Theft is imitating original design. Inspiration is transforming original design.
  10. 10. Theft demands no skill, expertise or knowledge. Inspiration needs skill, expertise and knowledge.
  11. 11. Theft is easy but futile. Inspiration is hard but worthwhile.