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  • Shreyak Singh

TRUE ART IS DYING, YOU KNOW WHY?

TRUE ART IS DYING. IS IT AFFECTING THE FASHION PHOTOGRAPHERS?

A lot of content generation happens each day. Someone of this content inspires most of the creators that create content, while others try to replicate the same material for practice. But in doing this, they do not realize that it's killing their creativity.

Nowadays, people cannot survive without the internet; it is very easy to have access to each other's work, unlike earlier where there used to be exhibitions to showcase and sell the hard work of the artists. With platforms like Pinterest, Behance etc. creative content is easily accessible, and it is suitable for people who are looking for inspiration. Still, it also possesses a threat of being plagiarized. Cases of plagiarism are increasing day by day. I have attached a few instances where big companies/organizations have flicked art from small artists.

( Source: Boredpanda )


What I don't understand is the need for these big giants to continue with such demeaning practices. They have all the resources to buy the art and use it commercially, but these cheap tactics ruin the whole art, and even the artist gets stuck in a position where he cannot afford to fight with these big organizations.