“A Bank Holiday Driptych”
c. Michael St.Mark 2012
A London Dada bank holiday special.
Belsize Park NW3.
( Click to enlarge the fun )
C4 News this evening, 11th May, just 3 days on from publication of the above LD work. A photo 1. shot through a windscreen with 2. raindrops in focus and with 3. out-of-focus person holding an umbrella featured behind.
Of course, even though that particular configuration of 3 aspects photo is unique to above London Dada work, still, the C4 snapper concerned will say its pure co-incidence – strange thing is, they always do
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Oh yes Mike, they will always claim co-incidence when 99% of the time it must surely be a ‘thinly veiled’ copy of your work. It must be ever more frustrating for you that people think they have a right to ‘steal’ your brilliant ideas and claim them as there own.
if a so called professional can’t come up with their own ideas then it’s time they gave up, i hope they can sleep at night!
These thieving bar stewards, Wolff Olins among them as we know, are totally unscrupulous operators Anne. It’s worse than theft actually because when challenged they never admit influence even – instead they often demean their source as deluded or paranoid whilst claiming all the credit for their cheap shot parody.