Art licensing is the process where artists, illustrators, or designers grant permission to individuals or companies to use their artwork for various products or promotions in exchange for compensation. This allows the artist to retain copyright while earning royalties from the licensed use of their work.
Licensing my work means you're obtaining permission to use specific pieces of my art for your products or promotions. In return, I receive compensation, usually in the form of royalties, while I retain the copyright to my art.
By licensing my art, you're accessing unique and original creations that can elevate your products or campaigns. My distinct style has the potential to resonate with diverse audiences, adding a touch of uniqueness and value to your offerings.
Compensation is typically based on a royalty system, where I receive a percentage of sales from products featuring the licensed art. The exact percentage and terms are negotiated for each licensing agreement.
No, licensing means you have permission to use the artwork for specific purposes as outlined in our agreement. I always retain the copyright and ownership of my work.
It depends on our agreement. Some of my licensing agreements are exclusive, meaning the artwork is licensed to a single company for a specific use. Others might be non-exclusive. We can discuss what's best for your needs.
The duration of licensing agreements can vary. Typically, they last between one to three years, but we can negotiate the terms based on your project's needs.
Yes, absolutely! we can collaborate to make the art work for your purpose. Many of my designs already have the ability to have their backgrounds changed and we can work with you to customise the work to suit your needs.