Monday, December 17, 2012

Robert Rendo Blog: All Images Free

A colleague of mine, Robert Rendo, is a teacher and illustrator and is now offering free license to use images from his blog, which you can now access at 

http://thetruthoneducationreform.blogspot.com/?view=snapshot

The name of the blog is "The Truth About Education Reform: a Blog of Cartoons . . .  Images with a Voice!"

Users can literally enlarge and grab the image to incorporate into their own literature. All they have to do is click on the image, and it enlarges to be grabbed or saved as a file on the desktop. It's that easy, and all images for the taking.

Robert is encouraging everyone and anyone to fight back against this horrific and undemocratic corporate reform in public education, and he believes in the potent use of imagery, in part, to get one's message across to the public.

Robert gives free and permanent license to anyone who wishes to use his images in their literature, tweets, websites, blogs, etc. to fight the corporate education reform agenda and to restore public education as a public trust to parents, educators and cognitive scientists who are maintaining the same fight. He encourages everyone to use the free license to utilize images as advocacy. The sole condition for usage is that the name "Robert Rendo" is credited for the illustration and text therein. This notice of free licensure can be used as well and is equally encouraged. If image obtainment is a problem for the reader, please e-mail Robert Rendo at artwork88@aol.com, and he will e-mail the illustration in any file format the user requests.

Robert is a 19 year veteran teacher English Language Arts to low income immigrant populations in the public schools, and he's Nationally Board certified. He is also an award winning editorial illustrator with works in the Society of Illustrators, the American Photography/American Illustration Show, the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, and the Sacramento Bee. He has collaborated on projects with Los Angeles Times feature writer Roy Rivenberg and 30 year art director Jerelle Krause of the New York Times. More of his work can be seen at http://altpick.com/rrendo


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