Lets see your labels

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Re: Lets see your labels

Post #51 by Warthaug » 5 years ago

I'd appreciate it - I've found similar pictures at project guttenberg - but you have to know which books have those pics in them in advance to find them.

If you're using the bottles at home/for non-commercial purposes, copyright shouldn't be an issue. Section 29.21 of our copyright act allows for home-use, so long as you meet a few criteria (private use only, non-commercial use, and its been used to make something new - i.e. a label - rather than a out-and-out copy).

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Post #52 by oro » 5 years ago

GM very sharp looking labels nice work
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Post #53 by gm- » 5 years ago

Thanks, good to know about the copyright act. The fox hunt drawings are from an illustrated weekly newspaper called The Graphic, published in 1886.
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Post #54 by ShiftlessBum » 5 years ago

Those are fantastic labels gm-!
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Post #55 by OldNelly » 5 years ago

OldNelly: Love that label - I may have to borrow the concept for my next heff.

Go right ahead most my labels are rip-offs of copyrighted material anyway. See.

its the great pumpkin charlie ale brown copy.jpg

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Post #56 by Warthaug » 5 years ago

This is a test label for an upcoming brew. I won't be bottling for 8 months, so it'll probably change.
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Post #57 by OldNelly » 5 years ago

So I kegged my hefeweizen on Saturday, I also lost an old friend. This one's for him.
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Post #58 by Swivel » 5 years ago

Aww man, sorry to hear. Somewhere we have a pic of me on those hoodoos when I was about 2. Yeah, they had barely formed... :rolleyes:

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Post #59 by ruf1 » 5 years ago

sorry to hear of your loss oldnelly, some of our best friends are dogs and i also have two ..........cheers
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Post #60 by Winger » 5 years ago

My first attempt at a label. May have to get a better name for my brewery.
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