On January 1, artist Nina Paley wrote on her blog, "Here are 24 individual goddess gifs to use for whatever. Free Culture. No permission needed. Go crazy. I love you."
On January 5, artist Emily Hesse posted this video she made using Paley's animations, which then went viral on Facebook (111K shares as of this writing):
Paley then responded:
I'm glad my animation is getting re-used! Just for the record, I did not (and never would) choose this music. I'm working on a scene with these goddesses for my film Seder-Masochism, that has totally different music - hopefully it'll be done in a month or so and of course I will share it online.
You can remix/re-use/whatever these goddess gifs, the whole collection is on my blog, starting here: http://blog.ninapaley.com/2018/01/01/24-free-goddess-gifs/
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