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My advice would be to let it be. The only thing the "copy" has in common with your work is the idea of a noose with a drop of water. The style is different and the context probably also. It's not hard to imagine that someone could come up with this concept without knowing about your artwork. Actually it seems that someone already created a poster with a ...


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It's not the printer that will make the difference; but, the printing process. The finest detail printing process is gravure. The most difficult image to reproduce is a hologram. The most difficult pattern to reproduce is the Euro currency "Eurion" pattern since scanners have been programmed to ignore the pattern. The most difficult colours to reproduce ...


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If you can buy a normal printer that can print this, anyone can. A "security" measure should be at least expensive to make in a short run. This is if you are a company you could let's say, spend 1000 dollars to print 2000 copies of your "security" paper. It will cost you 50 cents each. For a random person to try to forge it for one or 10 copies, it will ...


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My lawyer told me that, in simple terms, a design infringes another if an uninformed person could mistake one for the other. At the very least, one could be described as an alternate or alternative design to the other. To me, the dead give-away is the conceptually identical filling-of-the-gap created in the empty loop created in the line shape. That's not ...


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