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    Default Plagiarism/inspiration

    http://www.straitstimes.com/ST+Forum...ry_307224.html

    " Two balloons - and which came first

    Mr Ng and his daughter with the Koons sculpture in Paris (seen here) and Neidhart's work in Singapore (next picture). --
    I REFER to Tuesday's article, 'Art blown up'.

    I was surprised to see the picture of Untitled (Balloon Flower) by artist Mathis Neidhart, which is exhibited at the Singapore Art Museum. During my holiday in Paris this month, I saw a similar art piece at Chateau de Versailles.

    Exhibited in the former palace by artist Jeff Koons, it was also titled Balloon Flower.

    So which is the original? "

    For comparison sake, here's Jeff Koon's version.



    and another one


    PHOTO: COURTESY OF GERALD NG

    and another one in New York but I don't have a picture of it

    Jeff Koons must be so pleased to have inspired such creativity

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattlock View Post
    http://www.straitstimes.com/ST+Forum...ry_307224.html

    " Two balloons - and which came first

    Mr Ng and his daughter with the Koons sculpture in Paris (seen here) and Neidhart's work in Singapore (next picture). --
    I REFER to Tuesday's article, 'Art blown up'.

    I was surprised to see the picture of Untitled (Balloon Flower) by artist Mathis Neidhart, which is exhibited at the Singapore Art Museum. During my holiday in Paris this month, I saw a similar art piece at Chateau de Versailles.

    Exhibited in the former palace by artist Jeff Koons, it was also titled Balloon Flower.

    So which is the original? "

    For comparison sake, here's Jeff Koon's version.



    and another one


    PHOTO: COURTESY OF GERALD NG

    and another one in New York but I don't have a picture of it

    Jeff Koons must be so pleased to have inspired such creativity
    how's ripping someone else's work off being creative? the only thing they altered was the color!!! so that's more of a blatant rip off then that other thread that someone was saying clang was copied.
    Opinions are like A-holes. Everyone's got one.

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    Default Re: Plagiarism/inspiration

    Quote Originally Posted by TheQuestion View Post
    how's ripping someone else's work off being creative? the only thing they altered was the color!!! so that's more of a blatant rip off then that other thread that someone was saying clang was copied.
    I was being sarcastic...heheh

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