It is not actually my responsibility (or interest) to mark each of my works on the image itself on the chance that someone just decides to rip it off and use it...
Its existence on the internet, does not make it fair ground for anyone to use it just because they can not find the author.
It is your responsibility to find an image source or else by default you can't use it!
We'll gladly remove it. I can't help it if you're not intelligent enough to mark your prints.
And it's laughable you tell someone they're supposed to find the source when there's no reference for the source. It's high-school level drawn cartoon, not exactly something that's in high demand.
Oh, as for ripping off my work, that's comparing apples to oranges considering MY work actually has MY NAME on it---just saying. Also you can actually Google excerpts from writing to find original sources. You can't do that with random cartoon drawings on the internet.
We tried to be respectful and apologized for the mix up with your inability to properly market your work publicly. But it's obvious you would rather act like a child.
Oh, and for the record if you sell your work as you claim and someone bought this piece THEN posted it on the internet for others to use---you no longer own it, they do.
This image was pulled from a Google link NOT related to your site.
So in reality, no, we don't have to remove it as we didn't get it from your website. By the way, that link you provided actually doesn't even show that image you're disputing. So we still have no actual proof it's yours outside of, "See, it's similar to those."
But, because you responded to us like a spoiled child, and we sure as hell don't want one of our most popular pieces to help market you in anyway, we'll gladly pull the amateur image from the article within 24 hours.