I think you are all familiar with the story of the security guard who, at the Yeltsin museum in Russia, drew a pair of eyes on the human figures in Anna Leporskaya's modern work. I don't know the work, but the first thing I thought is: "Are you a huge moron?"
The word "Like" is a term that is used as an adverb or adjective to indicate a context of similarity, liking or loving.
In fact, the common use for which we see and use this term is mainly in contexts where we want to say that there is something we like.
Stealing is a crime, everyone knows it.
People steals out of greed, out of spite, sometimes out of necessity and often to get stardom.
Such crimes are punished when justice manages to find the culprits… much more difficult when it touches an artist, be it a professional or a freelancer.
On the Twitter profile of “Tea, Cookies and Art” I asked this question: What are the phrases that a person should never say to an artist?
The (many) responses I received are not hypothetical phrases, but real offenses that users have been told during their life as freelance artists.