The reading has helped exceed my thinking process for my design work as a designer and a teacher. Personally, it has furthered my progress by my continuous contemplation of whether my work is officially done or if I can continue to make it finer.
In addition, in the past I may have used another persons creative work, to compare it to what I do now at the internship as teachers we may share certain lesson ideas. A way we show respect in the ownership is by verbally addressing how the lesson has come to our hands and give credit where it is due. I also enjoy getting inspiration for my lessons by using Pinterest so to help the students further understand activities I show them my pinned boards where they also see the credited creator.
Lastly, the Fairey Copyright Case was extremely informative as I grasped information on the importance of understanding all types of copyrights and its violations. I can now use this information to advance my career with my now awareness of copyright situations.
Kennedy, R. (2012, September 7). Shepard Fairey is fined and sentenced to probation in “hope” poster case. The New York Times. https://archive.nytimes.com/artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/07/shephard-fairey-is-fined-and-sentenced-to-probation-in-hope-poster-case/
aiga, A. (n.d.-a). A guide to internships. AIGA. https://www.aiga.org/resources/a-guide-to-internships
aiga, A. (n.d.-a). A CLIENT’S GUIDE TO DESIGN: HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF THE PROCESS.