4 Replies Latest reply on Jan 27, 2017 5:30 AM by shashinjin

    Refusal by Intellectual Property Rule

    knightviews

      14915275_10208956649926211_8708146473918101828_n.jpgI guess I need clarification...  this photo was refused on grounds of Intellectual Property.  The photo was taken on my back patio and the furniture was done by my husband and myself.  The red tractor stool was made from several parts found in several junk piles, put together, and painted by myself.  The bistro table and stools were found in another junk pile in disrepair.  We stripped the wood, recrafted missing and broken pieces, painted it, upholstered the seats and then I hand drew and cut stencils, and hand painted the entire thing.  How is this someone's intellectual property other than our own?