Acusan a Yuya de plagiar el diseño de su producto

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21 de Noviembre 2019, 20:27 horas.
Acusan a Yuya de plagiar el diseño de su producto

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Una diseñadora de Estados Unidos expuso en sus redes sociales la comparación de su trabajo y el diseño de la paleta de sombras de Yuya

Monterrey.- La Youtuber Yuya fue acusada de plagiar el diseño de su nueva paleta de sombras, "Metamorfosis", de una pareja de ilustradores de Minneapolis, Minnesota.  

Kelsey Oseid, ilustradora de "Kelzuki", compañía de diseño, publicó las similitudes en Instagram y fue defendida por sus seguidores, pues consideraron que era claramente un plagio.  

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??????I need your help. Does anyone else think this makeup palette looks really similar to @kelzuki´s "Creatures of the Order" series? @yuyacst, Yuya on YouTube, has 15 million followers on Instagram and 24 million subscribers on @youtube. Her makeup brand @bailandojuntos has 1 million @Instagram followers and she is, according to @businessinsider, one of the highest paid beauty influencers on YouTube. I´ve reached out repeatedly to Yuya´s team and haven´t gotten a response. When I was sent her post promoting the palette (slide 3), I thought it was my handwriting. If you´re willing, I would really appreciate anyone going to @bailandojuntos and/or @yuyacst and trying to let them know that I want to get in touch.

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Horas después Yuya aclaró en su Instagram que su nuevo producto realmente tomó la inspiración de los libros antiguos de botánica y mostró los bocetos que sus diseñadoras le enviaron.

Aún así, Kelsey Oseid expresó su disgusto y en una publicación reveló que el equipo de Yuya le envió correos electrónicos para tratar la situación y que la misma Yuya, le mandó un mensaje diciendo que su equipo se pondrá en contacto.

"Le di mi correo (a Yuya) y me dijo que espera que alguien se comunicará conmigo, pensé que tal vez ¡el correo que ya me habían enviado estaría bajo su control!", escribió en su Instagram.  

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To the people saying that I "did this to get famous"- reading your comments while pumping milk out of my body at 3am gave me a chuckle. To the people saying collection posters and instructional illustrations in the style of encyclopedias and classic vintage classroom charts are not new- uh, yeah! They´re old and awesome, and there are actually a ton of us making riffs on work like that these days. I never did and never would claim to have invented the collection poster. I still think Yuya´s palette could pass for a Kelzuki product and it´s not because it´s in the style of a collection poster... it´s because it´s in the style of a Kelzuki collection poster! Yuya sent me a DM to get my email address (I suppose just in case somehow her team hadn´t already gotten it via my multiple emails to them). I gave it to her and she said she "hopes" someone will reach out. Hm, I would have thought that whether someone from HER team emailed me would be somewhat within HER control. I love being 30, my skin is so much thicker than it was almost 4 years ago when I started the #creaturesoftheorder series. And I am SO lucky to have had so much support in this and over the years. You guys are amazing! It´s because of you that I have the privilege of painting animals for a living. The thing that makes me the most sad about this whole thing is that I´ve seen a few comments from artists saying this is why they don´t share their work online- because they´re afraid of being ripped off. It´s different for everyone- but man, if it weren´t for me sharing my work online I would never have gotten to work with big brands like H&M, Penguin Random House, etc. So idk I kind of feel just sad that this type of thing scares independent artists away from pursuing what can be really amazing opportunities. Anyway, thank you so much for raising this to the level of attention it´s gotten. Maybe I´ll never get an email back, maybe all I´ll get are the stories Yuya shared about our shared inspiration, but I feel secure in the truth that the designs are certainly too close for comfort. Now if you´ll excuse me, I´m off to change more poopy diapers!

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