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aka Simon is a 33.72 year old boy and has been a part of the Threadless community for 8 years, 10 months! he has scored 5994 submissions, giving an average score of 1.73, helping 39 designs get printed.

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  • Too bad top 20 wasn't good enough for printing :-(

    posted 4 months, 1 week ago in THE SIMPSONS + THREADLESS COLLECTION IS HERE! ...

  • Actually, this wouldn't have to be that complicated. If your design didn't directly feature the IP you could just ask us to remove it and we will return it to you along with the rights to the design. Fox doesn't have copies of your design.

    You mean AFTER the contest is over and the winners have been chosen? As in, if our yellow square doesn't get chosen then it won't be sent to Fox anyway because Threadless staff has gone through every design and determined which ones should and shouldn't be sent to Fox for their "archival" etc which means we actually do fall under the 90 day policy? Or can ask to have our design back? Or what? Still a bit confusing.

    posted 8 months, 1 week ago in Simpsons challenge thievery

  • Exactly Manupix. I think if Threadless / Fox want to show us their good will they will ammend the terms to at least mention something in regards to designs that dont actually have any IP directly featured in them. If not that then at least a way for the artists to request that their work be released from the terms after an audit by Fox's lawyers or something. Would that be too much to ask?

    posted 8 months, 1 week ago in Simpsons challenge thievery

  • Threadless staff: So we understand that if our designs feature explicitly obvious portrayals of characters/art owned by Fox that we can't go and use those designs for profit anywhere else but what if our design doesn't actually feature any of that? What if we have abstract designs that are "Simpsons Themed" but yet don't actually portray any characters? What if we've modified the characters so heavily that they are no longer explicitly obvious portrayals of Fox's characters and are safe for us to use however we wish.

    For example take this design: Does Fox own the right to a square with a jagged top edge in yellow? I don't think they do. Why can't he go ahead and try to use this design elsewhere if itsnt selected (minus the words Bart and Simpsons obviously)?

    posted 8 months, 1 week ago in Simpsons challenge thievery

  • Chris

    posted 1 year, 2 months ago in We Heart Fat Presidents! Celebrate 3 holidays in one! / ROUND 3 winner announced!