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I would like to place a picture at the bottom of the titlepage and include some text on the picture and above it. As the sample attached demonstrates.

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\usepackage[abs]{overpic} address the text over the picture and I have tried unsuccessfully placing the image in title page with packages:titlepic – Maximilian Feb 5 '13 at 11:18
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This can be done with the eso-pic package:


The command is along the lines of


This will render IMAGE.png in the background in the lower left on the page where you issue the command.

(The comment indicator % is used to prevent newlines and spaces from messing up the picture.)

To achieve text above the picture, typeset your text normally and adjust with \vspace and \hspace until it fits.

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works for me! thank you. – Maximilian Feb 5 '13 at 15:14

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