Doe Deere Discovers Her Work Has Been Taken Without Permission

 

In the world of the net today, it is not uncommon for images and other work to be taken without getting permission in advance to do so. While such copying is often done by accident, it also often done deliberately in many instances. Worse, it is done without attribution. Such was the recent case for makeup seller and world class artist Doe Deere. Deere, one of the hottest names in contemporary fashion, was utterly shocked to see that her own image had been taken by artist Richard Price. She had put out an image of herself holding a doll that looked exactly like her. The image was aimed at helping a fellow artist. She knows that her work is seen widely by many people who love art and color. She was probably surprised to learn that this image was taken without asking her by artist Richard Price, quickly used to make a print and then sold to a collector for a large sum of money.

A World Of Her Own

Deere has helped create a world of her very own. She is someone who has learned very much how to use the net to bring out color and show off the very possibilities of makeup that are clearly allowed in the world today. Much as people in the past have worked in various kinds of media, so too, has Deere taken hold of the various kinds of media available today in order to help her fashion her own take on the world. She has been able to find a world that is all about color and life. She has also been able to take this world and use it to help sell one-of-a-kind makeup products.

Getting Modern With Lime Crime

Lime Crime is Deere’s personal makeup store. Here, her fans can find the kind of makeup they want and need to help them add all kinds of colorful bursts to their lives. She aims to help people choose not just from standard shades such as red and pink but to explore all sorts of other options such as oranges, greens and blues. The result is she can demonstrate how to use color in ways that may not have been seen before in any other space or via any other retailer online. Her fans would certainly agree that she brings an entirely original voice to the world of fashion and makeup.

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