Selling Content Made with Over
- "Our Services are provided for your personal and commercial use except when our Service Content is used to create end products for sale where the lifetime sales of the end product for sale exceeds 400 units. An end product for sale can be either a digital design or physical item created using our Services that you and/or your client intends to sell. End products using our Service Content must be a unique implementation of the Service Content, significantly different than the original piece of Service Content and require time, effort, and skill to produce."
In summary, you're welcome to use the fonts, graphics and images (from Unsplash and Pixabay) for both commercial and personal use. The limit for commercial use is 400 end units. So you're more than welcome to create a design (for a physical t-shirt or digital wallpaper, for example) and sell 400 of the product. If it looks like you'll be selling more, feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help you arrange an extended license, thanks!
Although, just to note, you can't sell 400 T-shirts with a blue logo (using a Graphic or image from Over) and then change the color to red, and sell another 400. Each item (graphic, font, image, template from Over) can only be sold 400 times under the current Terms & Conditions.
If it looks like you'll be selling more than 400 copies of physical or digital designs created using content from Over, you’ll need to acquire the relevant Extended Licenses for the different elements used.
These are the steps we recommend you follow:
- Send us a copy of your design (screenshot, pdf...), so we can see what fonts or graphics you've used.
- Based on your design, we'll put you in contact with the designer/s of the elements you've used. (this will normally either be via a link to their Creative Market platform, or website)
- You can then negotiate/ purchase the extended license from them - so costs would vary depending on the designer/s.
The Google images available in Over do not fall within our Terms & Conditions. Google maintains this service and we cannot guarantee that it will work perfectly or forever. Also, all images are subject to copyright. As such, if a user would like to use an image found through Google in Over for commercial or public use, it is their responsibility to contact the original artist/ photographer to negotiate a license for such use.
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