Credit must be given where credit is due.

This website uses free images available on Unsplash, Pixabay, and Pexels.

Home page

The mosaic uses pictures from Frank Winkler, Jacob Wixom, Jez Timms, Jonathan Pielmayer, Julius Silver, Karsten Würth, Kirkandmimi, Lili Popper, Lukasz Czechowicz, Nick Karvounis, Paul Cybulska, Pietro de Grandi, and Yang Shuo.

Why a European constitution section

The picture of the European Parliament is from You_littleswine.

Institutions section

The organisation charts of current and federal institutions are based on the work of Iste ridiculum vitam est.

The picture of Jean-Claude Juncker is courtesy of the European People’s Party at their 2018 congress in Finland. Similarly, the portrait of Donald Tusk is from an 2017 EPP meeting in Brussels.

The portrait of Antonio Tajani, slight reframed, is from a 2019 session of the European Parliament.

Constitution section

The picture of the US Constitution is courtesy of the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration and the open book is by Roman Trifonov.

Q&A section

The questions marks are from Qimono and the compass is from G. Crescoli. The Majority judgment result card was inspired by Marjolaine Leray‘s designs. The portraits of Jean-Claude Juncker and Martin Schulz stem from Wikipedia and were credited to, respectively, Factio popularis Europaea and Moritz Kosinsky.

Their work and willingness to make their art available is very much appreciated.

Jean Monnet Prize

The designs promoting the Jean Monnet Prize borrow from the works of Glenn Carstens-Peters, Capri23auto, Free-Photos, and Rawpixel for the 2018 edition, and from  Leah Kelley, Buro Millennial, and Jarmoluk for the 2019 edition.