illustrations

Some illustrations

6 Comments

  1. Joy Osaka-Lu
    October 7
    Reply

    Hi,
    I found one of your illustrations on the internet – it is of a person sitting inside someone’s head, watching a movie being projected.
    I am creating an e-coursse about the subconscious and hoped to use your illustration, citing you as the creator, of course, IF it would allow it.
    Thank you for letting me ask!

    • jolyon
      October 7
      Reply

      Hi Joy. For non-profit educational use I give permission to use my images for free (with a credit). If you’re planning to make a profit then I would normally ask for a small fee, but that would also depend on the size of the readership (which can be difficult to calculate for online content!). Cheers, Jolyon

  2. Lucie
    March 14
    Reply

    Hello,
    browsing google images for a cartoon of “needle in a haystack”, I found this illustration http://www.greenbookblog.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/needle.jpg which is referenced as yours.
    I am a PhD student and I would like to use a cartoon like this in my conference poster.
    Therefore, i would like to:
    1) ask you for a permission to include this picture in my poster
    2) provide me some details so that I can reference it/credit it correctly.

    Many thanks!

    • jolyon
      March 14
      Reply

      Hi Lucie,

      You’re very welcome to use my image in your poster. I’m happy for any of my images to be used for free for non-profit educational use. Please credit the image to me “Jolyon Troscianko”, and/or link to my website.

      Thanks for asking!

  3. Klaudia
    September 14
    Reply

    Hello,
    I’m writing a script about verbal operants and teaching communication. I would really like to use your illustration of the Chinese room from Consciousness: An Introduction. I want to make it open access and non-profit for educational purpose. Therefore I kindly ask for your permission.

    • jolyon
      September 18
      Reply

      You are welcome to use my illustration for non-profit educational use. Please credit the image to me “Jolyon Troscianko”, or add a link to my website.

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