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MC Escher’s Art To Enter Public Domain In Certain Countries Very Soon


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It’s the New Year! And that means many more creative works have been released into the public domain, giving anyone free reign to reproduce, remaster, and adapt books, films, and songs whose copyright has just expired. Sherlock Holmes and the first three novels of The Hardy Boys are just a couple of names that have opened up for no-strings-attached reinterpretation as of January 1—also known as Public Domain Day (freebie-loving sleuths can check here for a more expansive list).

It turns out that all works by Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher are set to enter the public domain in countries recognizing copyright of “life plus 50 years” too—though not just yet.

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