Wes Wilson rock concert poster, 1978. Wes Wilson owes less than many of his contemporaries to Art Nouveau, but his calligraphy is the best example of the stylization of the period. This example even goes as far as to follow the contours of the female subject's body, not merely making shapes of letters, but three dimensions of them
This image may be obtained from Urban Idade @ http://urbancidades.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/wes-wilson_1978.jpg ; the copyright for it is most likely owned by either the publisher of the work or the artist(s) which produced the artwork in question.
The entire image is used, of a size and resolution sufficient to maintain quality but not so large as to impinge on the capacity of the original image to be used for commercial purposes, is used to convey the meaning intended and avoid tarnishing or misrepresenting the intended image.
The image helps the reader identify the subject and the attendant organization, assures the readers that they have reached the right article containing critical commentary about the subject and the attendant organization, and illustrate the subject and the attendant organization's intended branding message in a way that words alone could not convey.
The use of images on a wiki educates and informs viewers about a subject of public interest with images that words cannot replace and that have no free equivalent. The functions of a wiki noted above are facilitated by navigation between subjects that are connected, and images may also serve the unique ability of wiki articles to allow navigation between these subjects.
Any free substitute would fail one or more of the purposes above. These uses are believed to qualify as fair use under copyright law.
Appears on these pages
Click on a date/time to view the file as it appeared at that time.
|current||08:49, April 6, 2012||1,027 × 1,486 (1.8 MB)||VvAnarchangelvV||Wes Wilson rock concert poster, 1978. Wes Wilson owes less than many of his contemporaries to Art Nouveau, but his calligraphy is the best example of the stylization of the period. This example even goes as far as to follow the contours of the female subj|