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Design Legacy / / Supporting theft from artists!

1 Glass Street (UNTIL EVICTED)Dallas, TX, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 214-748-5118

If you are an artist, do not respond to design legacy's request for pillow designs on! Kelly o'neal (O'steal) , well - known in the dallas area as a longtime con artist and swindler, has been reduced to requesting new designs from artists on . . If you submit original designs to design legacy or kelly o'steal, your designs will be stolen, reproduced without your permission and design credit taken by o'neal and his gang of con artists! If you attempt to work with or deal with these vermin, you will be swindled! Stores including anthropologie, neiman - marcuws and the horchow collection, among many others, now refuse to carry this 'business's' designs because of their long criminal history. If you are an artist who has been swindled and would like to be included in the class action lawsuit being organized, please email for information. Thank you for your support in shutting this criminal enterprise down!

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  • Hy
      9th of Dec, 2007
    0 Votes
    Design Legacy - Owners are still thieves and criminals!
    2023 lucas dr.
    United States
    Phone: 214-953-5118

    DESIGN-LEGACY: Owners are still THIEVES and CRIMINALS. Pull up their 'new' website and you'll find that everything shown on their opening page - designs, products and samples - is STOLEN from local artists. Owners Kelly 'If It Exists, I Can Steal It' O'Neal and Rene 'Every Word I Speak Is A Lie' Gutierrez, are continuing to steal from local artists and claim many others' hard work as their own. Unless you like supporting evil people, please let them know what you think of CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR like theirs at . The sooner this company is put out of business, the better for all area retailers, shoppers and artists! Happy Holidays!

  • Li
      9th of Dec, 2007
    +1 Votes

    Sorry... the correct telephone number for these CRIMINALS is 214-948-5118!

  • Ca
      26th of Dec, 2007
    +1 Votes

    IF YOU WANT TO TELL THESE ### WHAT ### THEY ARE BY PHONE: This company's correct telephone number is 214-748-5118. Oh... thief O'Neal and his 'partner' stole thousands from our company, too.

  • De
      5th of Oct, 2008
    -1 Votes

    Hmmm. Sounds like 'sour grapes' rationalization to me. You couldn't get something you wanted, so you claim it's sour. Get over it. No one believes you. We all know Kelly and his partner. You don't have a leg to stand on, that's why you're resorting to posting ridiculous claims all over the Internet. You will get what's coming to you soon enough.

  • De
      7th of Aug, 2009
    0 Votes

    Hey 'Debbie'! Threats are really low-class, but we guess that's to be expected from con artist trailer trash like you. And FYI: Know why Kelly O'Steal hasn't done ANYTHING about all the info posted about him and his ### partner on this and other websites? Because they CAN'T sue anyone over TRUE information posted on the internet, you ###! So hmmm...sounds like you and your diseased, parasitic 'friends' should crawl back under the rock you slithered out from and leave honest, ethical business practices to people who deserve the trust of the public. Bye, loser!

  • Ga
      16th of Aug, 2010
    0 Votes

    I don't know this company, but did see it on a post. I am glad to hear this info. I have seen a lot of ideas stolen over the years, people claiming them for their own. It is not right and I am glad someone has the nerve to 'out' someone if they are doing something wrong.

  • Hi
      8th of Sep, 2010
    0 Votes

    Thank you, Garv. Feel free to forward this information on this criminal company to anyone and everyone you know! Only when enough artists and customers refuse to deal with these scums will Kelly 'O'Steal' O'Neal and his con artist partner be put out of business. Cheers!

  • Pa
      11th of Jan, 2011
    0 Votes

    everyone copies everyone. just go to the gift shows and you'll see. it's part of the business. if you're creative and get involved in this business you better grow some thick skin and deal with it because you will be copied. when it happens take it as a compliment.

  • Pa
      16th of Jan, 2011
    0 Votes

    Hey 'pati23: You have a lot to learn about ethics and morals. There's a difference between 'copying' an unassociated comapny's or artist's designs (still [censor] behavior) and outright stealing from artists and craftspeople you are working with (not paying invoices, stealing merchandise delivered and designs you haven't paid for, refusing to pay for invoices and samples, etc.). Pati, you're a [censored]head who we hope has nothing to do with the creative community or artists in general. You are a sad excuse for a human being. Go [censor] yourself.

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