© Abranda Icle Flaminio 2001 -
1. Can I use your art for a tattoo?
A. Yes. I have no issues with you using my art for your tattoos. I would even love to see it once complete. Feel free to send me a picture and with your permission I will even post it.
2. Can I use your art for tagging, signatures, tubes, stationary, and other digital scrap booking?
A. I am currently a Paid To Use artist and my work is available at Creative Design Outlet for licensed purchasing. There is nowhere else you may obtain my work for this for purpose. A license must be noted on all tubing use. Any work found in violation will be pursued and requested to be removed or receive legal action to discontinue use.
3. Why do you not allow your work to be used digitally for free?
A. I am an artist and this is what I want to do for a living. The Internet is the biggest form of advertisement and revenue for a self representing artist and if I give it away for free, there is no longer any control over what I can and can’t claim as a violation of use. To ensure my copyrights remain intact and my work is credited to me as the artist, these are the terms I require.
4. Can I use your work in an online gallery?
A. I have no problems with you using my work in a collection of other art as long as my copy right remains visible and a link back to this website is noted on the same page as the images you use. Please do not link directly to my images for this purpose and save them to your own server. This is bandwidth stealing and I will ask for those links to be taken down. I often move things and redesign my site map, and there is no guarantee that if you link directly that the link will remain intact.
5. Can I download your work and make prints or other items with your images on them to sell at my local craft fair?
A. No. This is a violation of copyright law and is illegal. I work very hard to keep my prices reasonable and affordable and offer many different print options. I also would be willing to offer a wholesale price to allow for resale options if you would like to purchase them for retail sale. Please contact me at the email below.
6. Can I download your work to use for non-
A. This is handled on a case by case basis. Any use must be approved by me and I will determine what I feel is appropriate. Please email me at the email below for information. Typically I am pretty flexible and reasonable.
7. I am interested in licensing you for products I make. What are your terms?
A. This is handled on a case by case basis as well. Please email me to discuss! I have been burned by home crafters and licensors in the past but if your product is something I am interested in we can discuss. Please be prepared to provide references.
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