Monday, December 29, 2008

Taipei Baby: knit graf in Taipei

Dear Visitor
Thank you for visiting my blog and my sincere apologies. Unfortunately due to the continued infringement, mining and exploitation of my images by individuals, spammers and companies I can no longer show my images on this site. The images that remain will be partially obscured.

"Taipei Baby"
A jafagirl camo barbie made its way to Taipei 101 district.

thanks to guest jafas Adrian & Belinda
woo hoo
I did my moans in the last few posts.
So here is some good news.
The owner of the shop said she will remove the cards that depict jafagirls artwork
since we did not give permission to the photographer to use our images for profit.


painter girl said...

That is awesome...and the image is amazing with the wall of sparkly yellow lights behind the totem.
Glad that you got the issue with the picture cards resolved.
Rock on into the New Year!

the likkle girl who wurves pwetty things said...

The knits are going places! So, how does one get to be a guest Jafagirl? I want to play too!

Good on the shop owner! x

JafaBrit's Art said...

well likkle girl, I could send something and you could stick it up somewhere :) Send me an email with your addy and I will send something when I get some new pieces done in late January.

the likkle girl who wurves pwetty things said...

Woohoo! I'm excited! Very. Yay! x

Undaunted said...

Wow! That's amazing!

I'd love to play too, but I can't imagine something that lovely lasting two minutes in this town!

Glad you got the card issue sorted out too.

Anonymous said...

Glad you had a win on the unauthorised use of your images. Good for you.

Sheree Rensel said...

I sent this comment yesterday, but the message sender weirded out. What I said was I LOVE those totems with the dolls. It makes me wonder though. First cockroaches, now Barbies? This is getting very strange. I have a love/hate relationship with Barbie dolls. One doll I love is outside next to my front porch. I found her beaten and dirty in an alley. I brought her home, gave her a bath/shampoo, painted some clothes on her and made her a little necklace. Now she stands guard over my art house. LOL

JafaBrit's Art said...

LOL Sheree, I like what you did to her. I have never liked Barbie dolls, even as a child. Neither did my daughter. She once lined the walkway to our front door with barbie heads on sticks lol! I thought it was cool, but my x friend (very religious) didn't take kindly to our weird ways.
Oh well!