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GET THE BUNDLE: http://www.commonly.cc
This post-copyright campaign ends soon, on July 15!

Pay What You Want for art & music from:
1. HalcyonicFalconX, musician of the Epic Battle Fantasy series.
2. Jimp, artist of the Sushi Cat series.
3. NutcaseNightmare, creator of the :The Game: series.
4. Stratkat, whose music was featured in Beat Hazard Ultra.
5. Kenney, artist of Armor Picross.
6. Mindchamber, artist of Newgrounds Rumble.

Furthermore, if we hit our goal of $10000, after the campaign ends on July 15, everything in the bundle will automatically be released to the public domain. You can, of course, still pay to get instant access to the bundle, rather than waiting, if you so choose.

This is an experiment.

No matter what happens, hopefully this will push more people to try funding our creative commons!

GET THE OPEN BUNDLE:
http://www.commonly.cc

Reviews


DestinyArtsStudiosDestinyArtsStudios

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice I like my Meals well Balance this is an Awesome Idea, cheese, why didn't i think of it?



TemporalParadoxTemporalParadox

Rated 5 / 5 stars

"You have some gall to say that corporations only use copyrights to get money by locking down other people's work while you're offering to give up your copyrights to get a small fraction of what those corporations make!" -- way too many reviews.



dadawg007dadawg007

Rated 0 / 5 stars

you have some gall to say that corporations only use copyrights to get money while you're trying to use your copyrights to get $10,000.


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tt30tt30

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sounds like a fantastic idea!



yamisilveryamisilver

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is great, and I fully support your efforts. When our country was founded, the original copyright period was for 28 years. This was only to give the artist a period in which to sell their materials before the public domain beat them to it, which they should have a right to. It's amazing to see how many people misinterpret this message, but that's what you get these days on the internet. Society grows best when we work together, and fails fastest when we give in to greed and horde our ideas for ourselves. I give those who disagree the example of Linux, a completely open-sourced program, non-profit, that now runs 1 in 4 web-servers. Countless studies show that people work more efficiently when they are doing something they truly believe in for the public good, and not something they are doing for themselves to make profit.

Let's say goodbye to corporate greed and start believing in the power of the public.