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Licensing of Works for Use in Products in Progress Now

Karen Francis

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April 22nd, 2014 - 05:31 PM

Licensing of Works for Use in Products in Progress Now

Pixels.com is affiliated with FAA for the managing and licensing of image rights by artists who wish to participate. The purpose of that website is to set forth use prices, collect and pay the appropriate commission to the creator artists on any legitimate appropriation of the images. These purposes include:
Using the artist's work in a print ad;
Advertisements (Digital)Use the image in an digital / online ad.
Advertisements (TV)Use the image in a TV commercial.
Merchandise (Small) Use the image to create merchandise for resale (12" x 12" size limit). Such as a tee-shirt.
Merchandise (Medium)Use the image to create merchandise for resale (36" x 36" size limit). Such as on a record album cover, or poster.
Merchandise (Large)Use the image to create merchandise for resale (no size limit).
Merchandise (Digital)Use the image as part of a digital product (e.g. iPhone app background).
Publishing (Print)Use the image as part of a physical publication (e.g. book cover).
Publishing (Digital)Use the image as part of a digital publication (e.g. electronic book cover).
Promotional Use of the image to create a promotional product that will not be sold.
Packaging Use of the image to create packaging for another product.
The person wishing to use the images for this purpose, as opposed to buying a print for their home or office, can see what the charges are and how long the license to reproduce the image is good for by going to licensing.pixels.com, searching on the artist name, and then clicking on an image. When you click on the pull down menu under Selected License you will see the product offerings.
Some of the images are being updated individually and others through the Global Update, so there may be a few inaccuracies today. But you can see what is happening there. Here is a typical example: http://licensing.pixels.com/featured/crossing-the-line-karen-francis.html

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