yeah of course. it's just that they would have to be young to not know this is where this sort of thing LIVES and that a poster of a poster is right out. It's an old dead horse by now. Let's teach them young, or beat them like my daddy did me. Case closed.
as I think about this, and having been there (borrowed from) and totally understanding the practice of a young enthusiast to pilfer cool art, and NOT to disparage Kenyata, I ask a question and also give a simple advice:
1- How old is the artist? (simply to know if they are young enough to learn a lesson, or are the old enough to should have known better)
2- Try borrowing cool imagery from anything OTHER than other posters. There are a wealthy of wacky book covers and Satanic JC Penney catalogues that would lend themselves perfectly to an ALS benefit poster.
Daddy, I kin draw me some feets. Check this out...(scribble scribble) See?
But I do cut off a lot of feet. I think it has something to do with not wanting a fully framed figure. Like there's more off the edges to be seen. I don't know why. I do that a lot. Feet mean ground and ground means grounded. Something. Hmmn.