Great idea all, though I worry about this:
Richard Stallman wrote the original GNU GPL, which is currently the most used license in the "Open Source" arena of software.
Richard Stallman (or 'rms' or 'Saint IGNUcius') started the Free Software Foundation and the movement behind it before the term Open Source was coined by others.
Although "Free Software" and "Open Source" describe essentially the same set of software licenses, he is very particular about the difference between Free Software and Open Source, and would not want his image used to promote what he feels is an extremely different agenda.
"Free Software" is specifically about User Freedom, and ideally enforced by a Copyleft license such as the GNU GPL that perpetuates User Freedom, instead of a 'pushover' license (his wording) such as the BSD or Apache or other licenses that allow future developers to lock closed what had been release as 'open'.
The GNU GPL does not just make a virtual thing (such as software or a movie or hardware designs, etc.) 'open' and hope others play nicely, I would say the GNU GPL 'locks open' that virtual object, making sure all future versions also respect the User Freedoms to use, modify, copy and share that work.