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rick merritt
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A fascinating world
rick merritt   7/31/2013 10:27:54 AM
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Thanks for taking us there

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re: Slideshow: How knockoff nation mastered ecosystem
shikantaza   6/21/2013 6:36:49 PM
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Photo on 4 of 16: not "artist." "Copycat." "Painting technician." Art isn't copying or imitating. It is creating, playing, and communicating. Art by the pound doesn't fit in there anywhere.

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re: Slideshow: How knockoff nation mastered ecosystem
docdivakar   5/30/2013 12:57:36 AM
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Well, practice maketh perfect, so one of these days the knockoffs can become originals! MP Divakar

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re: Slideshow: How knockoff nation mastered ecosystem
sprite0022   5/20/2013 12:56:04 AM
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She was trying to sneak inside a iiphone factory and take some pics. apparently she doesn't have the gut. so she chose this innocent village and try to portray it as a sinnful example. as you see this is nonsense, one can't mix cigar with weeds, whaling with fishing. and the title is quite offensive indeed, I have to thank mr. truman for the determination.

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re: Slideshow: How knockoff nation mastered ecosystem
resistion   5/18/2013 7:47:13 PM
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If it's recognized these paintings are already public domain, why the negative connotations?

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re: Slideshow: How knockoff nation mastered ecosystem
apummer945   5/18/2013 5:34:37 PM
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listen "sprite", that is here a free country, and we have our moral value system therefore she could write about her experience without any censur, in case you do not like it you do not need to agree with it, by the way these pictures IP was already a stolen IP from the artist who created it--I meant not that poor Chines guy who copied it ,but Van Gogh -- since the Chines artist just copied it =stolen IP. And to taking picture of private buildings? if they are so private why these buildings are there? and so visible to anybody, and if you have problem with that system which we herited from our ancestors --you do not know enough -as it looks from your comment-- but have problem with--you are free to go there where other value systems apply

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Candy77   5/17/2013 8:51:20 AM
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junko,thanks for your reply,I understand what you said,it's just that almost all the comments are about copy.I know copy is everywhere,not only in China.I didn't mean to argue with you.there is a proverbin China that Where there is demand there is market.

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jagmohan   5/17/2013 8:14:50 AM
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regarding 2nd part: 1. I separate the two art forms. In first - replication can be done by machines. for example music. In second replication must be done by human beings. for example painting 2. If I want art form 1, I can buy it on a CD and I dont need to wait or go to a place where the singer performs music. 3. But if I want art form 2, I need to buy the human made replica or have an "image" of the original.

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re: Slideshow: How knockoff nation mastered ecosystem
sprite0022   5/17/2013 7:32:03 AM
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agree with 1 part, 2nd too confusion. I remember many european museum feature art/antiques from other countries such as egypt, greece, india... apparently they didn't buy it, how should we catogorize such kind of activity?

sprite0022
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sprite0022   5/17/2013 7:31:48 AM
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agree with 1 part, 2nd too confusion. I remember many european museum feature art/antiques from other countries such as egypt, greece, india... apparently they didn't buy it, how should we catogorize such kind of activity?

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