[mpc_heading heading=”Use & Licensing “]
[mpc_dropcaps background=”#A69697″ color=”#EEDFA6″ size=”big”]I[/mpc_dropcaps]am interested in partnering with businesses to bring the TweetBlessed project into more people’s lives. If you are a publisher or packager and have an idea for how you could use one of my designs or if you would like to commission a design please contact me. I’d love to hear it!
[column1_2] [mpc_heading heading=”” subheading=”Business Use” align=”left”] While I’m thrilled when a business finds my work on Society6, if you want to sell products bought from my Society6 store you need to purchase a special license. Contact me and we’ll talk about your proposal. [mpc_heading heading=”” subheading=”Personal Use” align=”left”] If you would like to use one of these designs on a personal (non commercial) website, feel free to do so as long as you add the following line of credit on or directly below the image “Designed By Jessa Wilcoxen of TweetBlessed | All Rights Reserved”. Additionally a link back to the posting on the site would be appreciated. No, your band does not count as a non commercial website. Leave the integrity of the image in tact. No edits should be made.
Free personal use is for screen view only. If you wish to print a design you can purchase prints at my Store. While I’m happy that you want to showcase a design on your personal website, if you want to create an adaption of it you must contact me for permission. If you would like to use a design for a personal tattoo, that is awesome! Please email me a picture or at the very least tell me you used it.[/column1_2][column1_2_last] [mpc_heading heading=”” subheading=”Non Profit Use” align=”left”] If you are a registered non-profit I will consider discounting or occasionally donating usage rights for your project. Please send me details about your intended use. [mpc_heading heading=”” subheading=”Final Thoughts” align=”left”] If you have any doubts about if your intended use follows under personal use please contact me. Even if your proposal bends the rules a bit I may consider allowing the use. Be respectful of the art, give credit where it is due, and if the proposed use has any commercial intentions be honest.
The Use & License statement above does not apply to the work of guest artists. Please contact the guest artist about the use of their work.