One size fits all

  • James Powell 9y

    heh this takes me back to when C&A were a staple of the high street!
  • Ralph Aichinger 9y

    Actually, this is Woolworth's (here in Austria)
  • Tom 9y

    Well done, on a very suggestive topic!
  • Ralph Aichinger 9y

    Thanks, tnachtrab!
  • Fiona Battersby 8y

    very creative. nice work. *sigh* if only one size DID fit all. well...if only i fit into a size 1. <3
  • Daniela Hartmann PRO 7y

    So simpel und wirklich toll gelungen. Gefällt mir.
  • jt_drummeruk 6y

    Hi there, thank you for allowing this for use under the Attribution 2.0 generic license. I will be using this image to illustrate an article in 'the environmentalist' magazine. If you would like, you can contact me at jay.thompson@consil.co.uk


    Best regards
  • Helen T 5y

    This is a great shot, and thanks for making it available to use. I am using it tomorrow to illustrate a post tomorrow over on thefoodiegifthunter.co.uk

    Thanks again
  • Ralph Aichinger 5y

    Thanks for letting me know, foodiegifthunter!
  • Leah T PRO 4y

    Great pic. I have used this photo on my website: 1to1LT.com. I have given the photo credit, however if this is a problem, please let me know. Thank you! Leah
  • Ralph Aichinger 4y

    @Leah T: Perfectly OK, you don't even have to credit me, if it is a problem. Just use it.
  • Leah T PRO 4y

    Thanks so much. I find credit very important but certainly appreciate it. Here is the link so you can review it!

    Best,

    Leah

    1to1lt.com/archives/872
  • bahawi 4y

    nice picture
    i used it @ www.ba7ith.com/?p=61
    hope it is OK
    many thanks
  • health4work2011 3y

    This is an excellent picture. I've just used it in a blog about eating disorders on www.health4work.nhs.uk. Hope that's ok!
  • Ralph Aichinger 3y

    @health4work2011: It is not only OK for me, but I thank you for not using the "usual", often degrading stereotypical imagery typically "symbolizing" these disorders, i.e. fat people with their heads chopped off or young women with their ribs showing, retouched to look more freak-like.
  • Hope Uggen 1y

    Thanks for using creative commons! I've used your photo to help illustrate an article on the open-access social science website TheSocietyPages.org. When it gets posted, you will be able to see the article here: thesocietypages.org/specials/troubling-bodies/

    I credited the photo to you by name. I may also use it in our "carousel" of highlighted features on our home page, where it will go up and remain in rotation for 3-6 days, with credit on hover-over.

    Thanks again!
    Hope Uggen
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