National and international copyright laws protect Evan Bishop’s
of art. Please respect the intent of the laws that are in place to
protect my creative visions, processes and expressions.
Workshop or Lecture
You may use images of Evan Bishop’s art for workshop or lecture with
the use of PowerPoint for a presentation, a slideshow discussion or a
talk with the use of overhead projector. You must credit Evan Bishop
and present the web address: evanbishopart.com while the artwork is on
You DO NOT have permission to visually record a presentation and offer
for sale or posted to the web. Images may be copied from a picture,
poster or other printed form that has been previously published by
Evan Bishop for the purpose of the workshop or lecture.
Reproductions of any kind are NOT permitted for use in an educational
or NON-educational manner.
LIMITED USE ON A WEBSITE:
You are permitted to use ONE image on your personal (non-commercial)
website only under the following conditions:
An active link to EvanBishopArt.com MUST be visible and in close
proximity to the image.
The image used MUST NOT exceed 400 pixels or 3 inches in either dimension.
Images MAY NOT be used on the homepage.
The image has to maintain its original integrity and not be obscured in any way.
Images MAY NOT be modified, colored, animated, collaged, adapted, used
as backgrounds, cropped, used as part of a collage or a graphic design
element or altered in any way.
Images MAY NOT be used on a website deemed inappropriate.
Images MAY NOT be modified, colored, animated, or used as an element
in a graphic design under any circumstances unless through separate
written license between Evan Bishop and the specific website.
No fee is required to have a tattoo made from Evan Bishop’s art
providing you honor the following conditions:
Employ the best possible artist who is capable of rendering the best
reproduction on the work
Send a quality photo of the finished tattoo with your name to
firstname.lastname@example.org also send photos of the work in progress
Free use of the photo of your tattoo for any subsequent publication
approved by Evan Bishop
MAGAZINES, BOOKS, and SCHOLARLY PAPERS:
If art is intended to accompany an interview or article featuring or
discussing in some depth the subject of Evan Bishop’s artwork or
exhibitions he is affiliated with, jpegs will be provided and the use
is free. Use of art to illustrate any subject other than a discussion
of the work of Evan Bishop is NOT PERMITTED. Please communicate via
the contact form the intention and description of the use of Evan
Bishop’s art in these contexts.
PERMISSION FOR USE IS NOT GRANTED FOR:
Evan Bishop DOES NOT grant permission or sell reproduction rights for
the use of his art on collateral material such as websites, digital
media of any kind, brochures, business cards, or pamphlets that
promote a private practice of any kind.
Permission is NOT granted for reproduction rights for use in
self-published materials in electronic or hardcopy format.
Evan Bishop DOES NOT grant permission to reproduce his artwork for:
Photo or Xeroxed copies whatsoever
Personal business promotions
Projections at parties without approval
Collaged, customized, adapted, incorporated, Photoshopped, or anyway
altered or used within another work of art.
Use in the artwork within another artist’s work, including (but not
limited to) apparel designs.
If you have questions whether the use you have in mind is permitted,
ASK! Send a request and description of use via the contact form.
Uploading or downloading works protected by copyright without the
authority of the copyright owner is an infringement of the copyright
owner’s exclusive rights to reproduction and/or distribution. Anyone
found to have infringed a copyrighted work may be liable for statutory
damages up to $30,000 for each work infringed and, if willful
infringement is proven by the copyright owner that amount may be
increased up to $150,000 for each work infringed. In addition, an
infringer of a work may also be liable for the attorney’s fees
incurred by the copyright owner to enforce his right.
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