(it seems we need to make these warnings more visible still. It's frustrating to see how many people still ignore them.)
Below are some basic examples. Good use rationales will expand on why the non-free item is needed, why a free item cannot be used in its place, and what essential function it performs in each article in which it is to be used. If the image is used in several articles, then you must include a separate use rationale for each article. If the article text comments on the image itself, then write so. If it does not, be sure to explain why the image is necessary despite the fact it is not mentioned.
'''Logo in the article about the topic that the logo represents'''
:<nowiki>=== Fair use for [[ARTICLE NAME]] ===</nowiki>
:Though this image is subject to copyright, its use is covered by the U.S. fair use laws, and the stricter requirements of Wikipedia's non-free content policies, because: