Licensing Artwork

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Licensing & Image Use Enquiries

Image Use Inquiries – please use the form

All inquiries seeking permission for the use of artwork are most welcome. Artwork is at times available under license for projects – there is a fee for licensing and image use.

Charity or educational organisations may receive permission to use artwork for special projects or educational purposes without a fee, but you do need to seek and gain permission.

Please be aware if you use my images/artwork without permission you will be required to pay a licensing fee.

It is always better to ask than take.

Disclosure is required, if applicable, of any affiliations to any other organisations with a social/political agenda where the images may be used.  Any use of artwork by an organisation or individual without permission/undisclosed should not be seen as supportive of them, nor of any or all views expressed within that organisation.

Examples of Current & Previous Licensing

Irrewarra Bakery

Australian Biscuits Labels – Flannel Flower, Waratah & Blackbean Lincouts

Sandridge Estate - Branding

Sandridge Estate – Banksia Illustration – Logo & Branding

Bamboo Designer Products - Jigsaw Puzzles

Bamboo Designer Products – Jigsaw Puzzles

HANNA GROUP - Drink Coasters

This is an older design from 2008 commissioned by the Hanna Group for Drink Coasters.

Thomson Learning

Licensed a Sturt Desert Pea design for the Textbook ‘Viewing and Representing in Context 2’

Eat Chocolate & Cry

Paperbark Lincout Excerpt – Cover art for the Flute CD – ‘Eat Chocolate & Cry’.

Visual Arts - A Resource for Units 2A - 2B

Excerpts from my Arts Studio Diary used in this Visual Arts Textbook by Lynda Kunyti & Beth Harcourt


In July 2009 Jo Southwell and Anne Hayres organised ‘The Big Ride’ cycling from London to Paris to raise funds for ‘The Big Issue’. They asked permission to use Lynette’s artwork ‘Emblems’ on their cycling shirts to highlight their fundraising. “The Big Issue assists homeless people achieve their goals and reconnect with the community. The Big Issue supports people by giving them a hand up – not a hand out – by supporting them to sell street papers and also supports homeless soccer and other ventures.” Jo Southall