Licensing & Image Use InquiriesAustralian Artist & Linocut Printmaker
Image Use Inquiries – Lynette welcomes all inquiries – please use the form below.
All inquiries seeking permission for the use of Lynette’s artwork are most welcome. Lynette’s work is at times available under license for projects – there is a fee for licensing and image use. Please use the form below. Lynette has supported some charity organisations by allowing them permission to use her artwork for special projects or educational purposes, but you do need to seek and gain permission.
Due to the increase in requests by businesses to use Lynette’s images in their ventures for free or for exposure, there is a need to state that if you are a commercial venture please be aware that there is a fee for the use of her artwork.
Disclosure is required, if applicable, of any affiliations to any other organisations the requesting person may have. Lynette’s artwork should not be used to promote organisations that have or have had, links to other organisations with a social/political agenda whose views Lynette does not support. Any use of my artwork by an organisation or individual without Lynette’s permission or undisclosed to her should not be seen as supportive of them, nor of any or all views expressed within that organisation.
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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