It is no secret that my friends and I are really into Adventure Time, and for us it's always awesome to meet another person who also appreciates the show's humor. So we made these necklaces that people can wear to express their Adventure Time love, and hopefully meet new friends who feel the same way!
Wear your lumps on the inside, and on the outside! This fresh to death design is matte printed on white acrylic, and hangs from a silver-toned chain.
Little hint: This will make great Christmas presents! I know because I have friends who have not-so-subtly hinted that they'd want to receive this from me for Christmas! Hahah! I'm just glad they're enjoying our designs!
But if you are thinking of getting Tuxessories for your friends, I encourage you to do so soon to be sure they get to you in time! (It's already October, whoa) The post office gets really busy around November because of all the people sending presents:
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My friends and I who work on these accessories always make sure to not to use official artwork as a sign of respect. Like for this design, it's a purple cloud shape with a star and the words "Oh my glob" — a phrase that's not copyrighted as far as I know — but it's not exactly in the image of Lumpy Space Princess (I mean with her face and arms and everything).
As an added example, our necklace design that was based on Finn was merely a speech bubble with the word "Mathematical!" Our designs are always inspired by the series they are based on, meant to allude to certain characters to promote our love for them, but never directly using their likeness.
Actually this guy was being sued by CN just for making a parody video: [link] (though I really don't know the whole story, only what this guy tells you) You can't speak for the company if you haven't even talked to them and you didn't need to be rude in your reply. I am asking in an honest manner, I don't tell you what to do, I never told anyone they shouldn't buy it.
It's just like vegans asking if there is meat in something, I just want to know what's up with what I am buying. Technically it is illegal to make money off of something that isn't originally yours without prior permission, even if it gains more popularity for the cartoon.
Some companies actually do go out of their way to shut down small time shops, CLAMP is a big example, they shut down a fanart site that wasn't even that popular. @_@
Do you have permission to be selling Adventure Time copy written things? (please don't start a fight with me, I just wont buy from someone who doesn't have permission, it's my personal choice and I'm not trying to be rude I just honestly want a yes or no)
She could have permission, but then she could not. But like ~RapistLapras (in a not so rude way), Cartoon Network probably wouldn't file a lawsuit on this person for simply making a necklace. And besides, in retrospect, the company would be getting publicity from people selling/wearing it. More people will know of it. And also what he said before, CN is pretty lenient when it comes to people using there work artistically. It would be a major problem though if the person were trying to re-sell the DVD boxset or offical store-sold merchandise for more than it was worth. But they aren't.
It's alright if you don't want to buy something without permission, but If CN really did care that much about permission and stuff like that, they'd have mail upon mail and emails asking, which would be much more of a hassle than filing a lawsuit for every single person who's ever used Adventure Time or any other cartoon show without permission, which is be a major hassle as well. They'd be wasting thousands of dollars on something pretty idiotic.