• Louis BLouis B, 7 years ago

    Outrageous. This needs sharing as much as possible!

    13 points
  • Gareth LewisGareth Lewis, 7 years ago

    That is shameful. Zara must have deep pockets, if they like Tuesday's (and others) artwork so much, why don't they just commission her to do work for them (and pay for it)? Thieves.

    8 points
  • Candice ChangCandice Chang, 7 years ago

    It's disgusting that Zara's argument is that the designs wouldn't be recognized as her own just because they, as a huge corporation, have mass visibility. It's just wrong.

    4 points
  • Jon MyersJon Myers, 7 years ago

    Dumb Starbucks

    Anyone remember that episode of Nathan for You where he creates a "Dumb Starbucks".


    Let's petition him to do a parody of Zara.

    Stupid Zara

    1 point
  • Powers Gray, 7 years ago

    What the actual FUCK? It would be good to at least identify the designer and creative director that are doing/condoning this and shame them so that they don't continue this. Beyond lame.

    1 point
  • Ryan FooteRyan Foote, 7 years ago

    They have ripped off other artists as well: shoparttheft.com

    0 points
  • Jared LahamJared Laham, 7 years ago

    Teresa Wozniak summed it up well: https://twitter.com/teresawozniak/status/757601636957184000

    0 points
  • Adrian Tofan, 7 years ago

    Being a big or small company is besides the point. Remember Apple vs Samsung ? It appears that design is very hard (=impossible) to defend.

    0 points
  • Art VandelayArt Vandelay, 7 years ago

    This is terrible. More than likely a product of their "fast-fashion" direction which, I imagine, means they forego the appropriate, legal, means to get rights to use artwork.

    0 points
    • Daniel GoldenDaniel Golden, 7 years ago

      In response to your MOTD (Because there are no comments on motd): I loved Cartel. Chroma was the soundtrack to my high school career.

      0 points
      • Art VandelayArt Vandelay, 7 years ago

        You and me both, Daniel. Surprisingly (not surprising), a lot of people don't like that MOTD.

        0 points
  • Justin White, 7 years ago

    Sometimes the biggest companies can be the cheapest. Everything is silo'd off, it becomes more about cost control as a gauge of performance than anything else. Not that I'm trying to excuse how ridiculous it is, just highlighting the irony.

    0 points