Just checked and it looks like they took mine down...
It looks like they took them all down, unless I'm missing something.
I agree with Jesse on this: they aren't reproducing your work, just repackaging prints that you authorized to be reproduced in a book. With tearaway pages. To be framed. Yeah, it might be lame, but like the guy on ebay selling pages from the other book, not illegal. And it's not just limited to gigposter books. I see it all the time on Antiques Roadshow.
In the future, I would suggest putting monkey men wearing wigs on your posters (Vol 2 pg. 107). Nobody is trying to resell that.
I'm curious to hear Clay's position on this.
Why would Clay have a position on this? He did us all a giant solid and put our work in a couple of great books, in a format that would entice consumers. What a few douchebags decide to do with the pages is no reflection on the books or on Clay at all. If the pages weren't perforated, they'd just cut em out like they did with AOMR.
My ZZ Top poster is/was up there as well. I'm not all that thrilled about it. That site may not be doing anything technically illegal, but it is a little sleazy. The odds of me ever working with them are slim to none now because of this. If the design community makes it known (as you all are doing) that this sort of marketing is frowned upon, and that the artists are willing to blackball this company out of principle, then they'll have to decide whether or not they want to establish an ongoing relationship with the artists or continue dealing with the so-called "third parties", who can in effect go fuck themselves.
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They do all appear to be down now. I suggested they look in the very book these prints were coming from to find the contact info of all of the artists and reach out about working together in a wholesale basis. Good luck everyone.