By ALEX MAK : brokeassstuart – buzzfeed – excerpt
The piece made nearly everyone smile and it was picked up by many major media outlets after Jessica Misener published it on buzzfeed. The huffington post, people.com and others ran it while crediting the artists for their work. And now, a month later…it was picked up by McDonald’s. Only McDonald’s isn’t a publisher sharing an artist’s work, they are a massive corporation trying to trick you into equating ‘love’ with cheap hamburgers. Check out how they blantantly copy Kristina Bakrevski & David Sikorski’s concept for their advertisements on twitter:…
You know how the Fat Jew got busted and called out this month for stealing real comedians material for his own personal and financial gain? Justice Served! David Sikorski who came up with the concept and licensed the pictures assures us that no one from McDonald’s approached him or Kristina about their work. One of McDonald’s so-called ‘creatives’ (contracted or otherwise) simply ripped off this work & concept, they didn’t even bother changing the shots or poses. At the very least they should apologize and share what they were paid for ‘designing’ this campaign with the people whoactually, designed this campaign. Let’s call out McDonald’s, this is their twitter account https://twitter.com/McDonalds… (more)
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