Can I quote parts of the Automagic City Manifesto?
Yes, in a text where you discuss the Automagic City Manifesto you can without hesitation quote a small part of it. However, don’t forget to also mention the authors names.
We also would appreciate if you included a link to either its first publishing site and/or to this site.
Quote “The Automagic City is a city where noisy machines respect your wishes when you ask them to be quiet.”
from The Automagic City by Rasmus Larsson, Petra Dalunde & Erika Lockne
The whole manifesto is found at http://www.slaak.biz/the-automagic-city/
A special version of it was first published at http://www.urbanictarena.se/the-automagic-city/
Can I use the awesome illustrations?
You can if you license them. All the illustrations accompanying the Automagic City Manifesto are copyright Erika Lockne and Cubby’s Going Home.
If you go to www.cubbysgoinghome.se you will find even more suitable illustrations and contact information. You can license most published illustrations. This is the best alternative if you are in a hurry. Or license illustrations tailored to your particular publishing need. The later will take some time to carry out and will be more expensive.
Can I publish the complete Automagic City Manifesto?
You can if you license it. The Automagic City Manifesto is copyright Rasmus Larsson, Petra Dalunde &: Erika Lockne and can be licensed through SLAAK.
The licensing fee is different depending on media, reach, publishing format and purpose. If you want to license The Automagic City Manifesto for publishing, contact us at email@example.com and state how and where you want to publish it. If you also want to license the awesome illustrations together with it, we can handle the complete licensing package through SLAAK.
I’m interested in licensing the publishing rights of The Automagic City Manifesto for a book about city planning with 10 different authors. The book will be in German and published in Germany and used as literature for students in city planning and we expect to print a first edition of 2000 copies. We also would like to discuss a potential translation of it to German.
We’re interested in licensing the publishing rights of The Automagic City Manifesto and the awesome illustrations for a feature section about the future of Cities in the monthly magazine Global Issues with a distributed edition of 540.000 copies worldwide and a web edition with 1.9 M unique readers globally.
We’re looking at producing a 45 minutes popular science TV show about Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and How it will change cities. One idea we have is to have a speaker voice reading sections of the Automagic City Manifesto while a 3D animation shows the experience. And then have experts discussing and demonstrating how it can be done. Repeating the format over and over making the Automagic City Manifesto the unifying element driving the narrative forward. We’re at an early stage but want to know the conditions for securing an option to license with a royalty sharing deal.