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Artist show support on spoof

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Timmy K. H. SHE

HONG KONG, March 26 - Satire is a normal way of expression despite the legal debate over slander, said the leading artist of a news group.

Derivative work or spoof gained the public attention since the release of renewal of the copyright law. The re-creation of others works goes into a gray area of legality as well as the parody of public figures brings ethical concerns.

“They just make a joke, I support the work if it causes no harm to others,” said Danny Wong, the Art Director of Sing Tao Group and former founding Art Director of the Apple Daily.

Wong said there were similar creative works like political cartoons in other countries that make fun on politicians or celebrities. He said it was a way of ironically expression to show the point of views of people.

“They used to present it by text,” said Wong, “But the format is changed to parody image, and that’s it.”

Wong said there was hard to judge the harmless of the spoof since no existing regulation. He said the spirit behind the action was to speak ironically only. He said the spoofers can adjust themselves if there were something overstepped the bounds.

As an artist, Wong used to spend four months to design a winning layout for the paper. As an art director, he needed to manage the team to make good graphic under the limited time of daily publishing. He said a plan ahead is needed.

“If you are the boss, you will spend more resources on the content of news, or the design?” said Wong, “My job is to get more stuff done with the optimal use of resources.”
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