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Adam Lambert Fan Art From @CreativeSharka: NEW banner (header) with @adamlambert. Original pic belongs to @franzszony

Filed Under () by Adam Lambert on Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Posted at : Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Posted by @Admin Fan for ADAM LAMBERT 24/7 NEWS 



Nanbert said...

I hope CreativeSharka has PERMISSION from Franzony to present this, and the earlier Profile one! Most artists resent someone else "re-working", copying or altering their artwork..and for good reason....even if they are "given credit" for the original, as above. To avoid copyright infractions, an signed permission is correct protocol.

I am mainly concerned about this website displaying an unauthorized altered copy of original artwork. People are very nonchalant about that these days....until they become subjects of a lawsuit! Just thinking.

glitzylady said...

I can't speak for the permission aspect of CreativeSharka's use of Franz Szony's photo of Adam i.e. whether or not his permission was given to use the image, but she does use his Instagram name that he in turn gets a notification on his Instagram page that someone has mentioned him in an Instagram post, as well as on Twitter. It was posted on Twitter as well with @FranzSzony, which also notifies him of her tagging him in the tweet.. She also gives credit to him in her Twitter banner that she created as fan art.

It's really something that is between the artist and the person who uses the image. She is not charging anyone to download the banner she created using the photo art of Adam.. So she is not making money off of the image. I'm personally using one of her recently recreated twitter banners myself, although not this one..

I am personally not concerned about Adam Lambert 24/7 News getting into trouble for posting this Instagram photo. So far anyway... If that changes, we'll act accordingly. 🙂

Nanbert said...

glitzylady...O.K... just so fore-armed is fore-warned. When I worked for a period of time at an Art Gallery, I saw some nasty legal skirmishes over much the same thing... and just ACKNOWLEDGING, ON the artwork, the original artist was not considered adequate. The original artist had to formally allow it.

Of course, that was for artwork that was for sale...but still, it's a very touchy subject among artists. Just like plagarism among writers...or musicians. And since CreativeSharka lives in Europe, I believe, 24/7 becomes an easier target for legal action.

I know.... I'm an old worry-wart, but I feel very protective of all things Adam...including 24/7!