Free prints is an effective way to reach a large audience with a relatively low investment of time and resources.
Why does Free Prints cost so much?
Free Prints is an open source project developed by the community called the Free Prints Collaborative. The goal of the project is to make a printable HTML5 canvas from the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license. We believe in fair use of art and want to make money from promoting open source materials.
When can I get free prints?
We’re currently accepting new free-to-access print submissions. For all existing submissions, the original artwork will be removed from the pool and a download link will be created by the Free Prints team.
Can my company sponsor, pay to promote, or give away free prints?
No. Free Prints is for non-profits and organizations.
How quickly can I submit a Free Print?
As many as we can possibly print over the first day and a half.
Please note that when your submission comes in from a URL, please also be sure to check that it is valid. If it doesn’t, you’ll need to request a correction.
What’s the deadline for Free Prints submissions?
The deadline for submission is Monday, July 2nd. (For international entries, please contact us).
How do I get my free print sent?
We encourage you to share your submission on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. You can also get to the source of your submission by clicking the links below.
Image copyright EPA Image caption Russia said it had been investigating reports of irregularities at the polling station and was making changes to ensure fair voting
Thousands of Russians have fled the country over a report of election irregularities, the interior ministry says.
About 30,000 people from 13 different regions have left the country, including about 10,000 military and police personnel, it said on Thursday.
The ministry said about 25,000 people had returned home.
The report said the votes of some of those who had left Russia – who had not yet voted – were not counted.
The police said that if necessary they would take legal measures to try to restore voter records, and asked Russians to stay away from polling stations.
The latest figure, which was released on Tuesday, was slightly down on an earlier figure of over 31,000.
“An unprecedented number of Russian
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