For the letter ‘D’ I chose to illustrate the DoppelgÃ¤nger article. Make sure you scroll all the way down to help me choose between the different options for this article.
One consequence of releasing work under Wikipedia’s Creative Commons license is that anyone can copy it, remix it, republish it…
Releasing some of this control means I might encounter my own work in a complete different context and end up with “the sensation of having glimpsed oneself in peripheral vision”. This is both exciting and terribly frightening as I might be confronted with my evil self…
Many artists express this fear from losing control over their work. In this project we want to address these fears starting with clarifying the terms. We would stress that Creative Commons licenses allow you to keep the rights you care about whileÂ releasing some aspects depending on the CC license you choose. Rather than choosing from the extremes of “All Rights Reserved” vs. “No Rights Reserved” (Public Domain) Creative Commons means “Some Rights Reserved”. This video makes a good case for Free Culture and Creative Commons licenses:
Here are the drafts
This one is a study for the version above:
These are three drafts of another option:
And this one is yet another direction: