Designer makes clothes out of German transit upholstery fabric, rides trains


Surely as they are not themselves carpets it’s a derivative work? Or a parody? Or an excerpt for critical purposes?

An intelligent designer, as distinct from a greedy one, would have contacted them to ask if the pictures could be used in advertising.


Clearly taking inspiration from this guy:


Cirroc Lofton, clearly.[quote=“fiddlingfrog, post:14, topic:83155, full:true”][/quote]

The hotel needs to change outfits.


I think the problem was that they had the fabric up on Spoonflower, so they were possibly making money from the pattern.


That makes sense. It isn’t as if it was just a generic pattern, after all. OK, I forgive the designer.


For their legal actions, not the carpet, I hope.


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