By Roberta WirthThe word “template” is a tricky one to describe.
It’s a generic term that refers to a specific style or layout of graphics, or a set of instructions or images to help designers produce the visual effect.
But for designers, templates are the most valuable tool in a graphic design arsenal.
There are a number of templates on the market, but one of the most popular is the Adobe Illustrator template.
It was created by Adobe in the mid-1970s to help graphic designers produce visual effects in Adobe Photoshop.
It is an excellent, simple-to-use design tool that is ideal for a wide range of creative work.
However, a quick Google search will reveal that this template has a long and troubled history.
Its creator, James Dyson, is one of its biggest critics, with some of his own colleagues accusing him of being an art thief.
“There’s a lot of people who say I’m stealing ideas from Adobe,” Dyson said in an interview with The Associated Press in 2015.
“I don’t do that, I’m not stealing ideas, I think what I’m doing is just a very clever way to use the digital format.”
Dyson’s original work was an illustration for a comic book, but his original concept was a digital mock-up for a poster design.
The poster design was later incorporated into the first version of a Japanese manga called The Mask of Fate, published in 1974.
But Dyson was fired from his job at Adobe for plagiarizing the artwork.
“I did some work for a publisher in Japan, and they hired me for one story, and I started to draw a bunch of illustrations and sketches of Japanese manga,” he said.
“Then they fired me, and then I lost my job.”
Dyrons story is part of a growing list of examples of plagiarism in graphic design.
In April, the Associated Press uncovered evidence that several prominent graphic designers, including illustrator Paul Randle, were paid for their work without attribution, or that several of their works had been reused by others.
In the case of the Dyson plagiarism, Randle was paid for his work on a graphic novel for an anime series.
In another case, a graphic designer named James Gaunt was fired for plagiarism when he drew a caricature of a female wrestler on a website and used her likeness to promote a comic.
The cartoon was used in the 2013 film Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and was subsequently used as the logo for the upcoming movie, Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi.
The case of James Dynars plagiarism is just one of several examples of blatant plagiarism that has come to light in the past few years.
Some of these cases were discovered by The Associated Statesman, and a number more were discovered via Google searches.
One such example is the recent case of graphic designer Michael M. Hall, who was fired after a video was posted online showing him plagiarizing a series of illustrations from The Mask Of Fate, a manga published in 1972.
In an interview last year with the Associated Statesmen, Hall said that he would not have plagiarized the work, but that he used the artwork from the manga as a template to help him create a mock-ups of the graphic novel.
“This was a work of art, so it’s a little bit like a canvas for a drawing, so I used some of that in the drawings and a few other things, but I was just trying to create a logo for that book and it didn’t work out,” Hall told the AP.
“It’s a great example of a graphic designers not paying any attention to the quality of their work.”
The Associated Press reached out to Adobe for comment on Hall’s case and was told that “the plagiarism was discovered during an audit of the content of an online store that was selling a graphic book.”
“We are actively investigating and will take appropriate action as appropriate,” Adobe said in a statement.
It’s been a few years since a major case of plagiarized work has been uncovered in graphic art, but many of the instances have been unearthed in the same way.
The most notable is a series titled “I Don’t Need This,” by graphic designer Raffaella Coccia.
The artwork was used by the New York-based fashion designer in a line of fashion-related clothing that she created with designer Lior Gailhas in 2014.
Coccia has been criticized for using images that were lifted from The Masks of Fate manga and used for her work, and the company behind the site, MasksofFate.com, issued a public apology after a backlash.
“It is deeply disappointing to hear about a series’ use of copyrighted material, but we believe our use of the Masks Of Fate characters was done in an honorable way, and we have taken action to rectify this situation,” the company said in the statement.