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Posted by: Graham Smith in Categories: Brand Identity, Opinion, Portfolio
Time to call out Ph0t0sh0pguy over on Freelancer.com for taking my PedalWorks logo, putting it in their own portfolio to pass of as their own work: simply calling it "work16" as I guess calling it Pedalworks would be too obvious.
I'm particularly enthralled with this paragraph on their bio: "We are a branding, intellectual property and internet consultancy company that create and capture value for our clients by designing compelling brand propositions and experiences across all media applications."
Maybe worth checking the rest of their porfolio for other cases of stolen work.
Thanks loads to Mindi for telling me about it in the first place.
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