October 31, 2008 | Becky Hogge

Remix the Big Picture

As regular readers will know, on 11 October 2008, thousands of images of the database state sent in from around the UK by citizens fed up with Government's cavalier attitude to their civil liberties were combined to show Parliament what will happen if it continues to allow itself to be frog­marched away from freedom.

The Big Picture in situ - thanks, Felix_cohen

"The Big Picture" was part of a worldwide day of protest dubbed "Freedom Not Fear".

But we want the Big Picture to live on beyond Freedom Not Fear day. So we invite you to download it and turn it into whatever you can think of - T-shirts, screensavers, posters, mugs, duvet covers, curtains, tablecloths, even boat sails (it's big enough).

The whopping 5.4MB high-res image is now available for download under a CC-Attribution-ShareAlike licence from the ORG wiki. And if you're looking to do something even more pixel-tastic with it, there's a 17.2MB file available on request.

All we ask (beyond the licence terms) is that you let us know if you've found a good use for it, and consider dropping a percentage of any financial gains you get from it in the Big Picture Honesty Box (via Paypal).

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