Bird of Freedom Cartoon
The Bird of Freedom cartoon was inspired by Austrian songwriter Georg Danzer’s song “Freedom is a wondrous animal”. The cartoon is centred on liberation from digital control, which in my perception has felt like a prison ever faster and ever more strongly since 2018.
In the meantime, I have come to the conclusion that we should take all words that begin with the prefix “smart” with a grain of salt and question them critically.
I ask myself more and more often: Is it true that these devices can listen to everything we do, day and night and wherever we are (e.g. smartphone), can read out data and thus know exactly when and for which purpose we use energy and at what time we are at home or not) (e.g. smartmeter) and can monitor and control us to the greatest possible extent (e.g. smarthome, smartcities)?
Are the rumours true that a social credit system à la China is already in the planning in Europe?
Since I am a thoroughly freedom-loving and responsible person, I regard the bird of freedom as a symbol for our liberation from digital surveillance and control and the discovery of our personal and human sovereignty.
The Bird of Freedom cartoon can be used in business presentations, blog articles, newsletters, the social media or as book illustrations. Please see the license agreement below.
Cartoon No. 0150
2900 x 2100 pixel
Licence Agreement Bird of Freedom cartoon
The licensee is aware that Barbara Roth, Cartoons by Roth is the author/creator and owner of the cartoon and has the right of reproduction, distribution, display and all other rights, including the worldwide copyright.
By downloading the cartoon, the licensee acquires a limited licence with usage restrictions. The licensee agrees to the following usage restrictions and is granted the usage rights as described below:
- The licence is non-exclusive. The author/creator (Barbara Roth, Cartoons by Roth), may sell the cartoon elsewhere.
- The licensee may not use, (re-)produce, distribute the cartoon for any purpose beyond the permitted purpose.
- The licensee may not sell the cartoon to third parties except in connection with the permitted purpose.
- The licensee may vectorize the cartoon or convert it into different graphic file formats for printing or production reasons. Changes and interventions beyond this are generally not permitted, but may be requested from the author/creator. The request needs to be made in advance, by email or in writing.
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Usage Rights Bird of Freedom cartoon
I. Private use
For non-commercial purposes, such as print outs, postcards, t thirst, cups etc.. Please note that the objects you design using our cartoon may neither be sold nor used for merchandise or any kind of other business purposes.
II. For companies, organisations, entrepreneurs (commercial use)
1. location: worldwide
2. time: unlimited
3. purpose of use: In presentations, lectures, printed handouts; on company websites, intranet, in the social media; in leaflets, brochures, mailings; on flyers. Physical reproduction up to A4 size. Up to a total print run of 50,000 copies.
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Physical reproduction up to A4 size
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For use on cover/title pages, in larger size or in larger print runs, please contact the author/creator.
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