Remember Adam Ellis who resigned from BuzzFeed to pursue his dreams? He recently posted a new story on Twitter that quickly went viral.
He said that Coldstone stole and traced some of his artworks for their Instagram page and asked the ice cream company to donate to Inner City Arts, a creative space in Los Angeles which encourages children to explore their skills.
A week later, Coldstone has responded and Adam shared the update on Twitter, giving hope to all the artists out there. Check out the story below.
Hi @ColdStone @ColdstoneIndia, it appears you stole and traced a bunch of my art for a large campaign. Normally I'd send an invoice to license my work, but in this case I'm asking you to make a donation to Inner City Arts to help underserved kids. Thanks. https://t.co/BBvLza5r9U pic.twitter.com/ODYbbhitHb
— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) April 12, 2018
Coldstone has donated $10,000 to Inner City Arts. I'm glad they did the right thing! https://t.co/9w149AzB08
— Adam Ellis (@moby_dickhead) April 18, 2018