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Creative Commons license - TSHIRT printing

Discussion in 'Printing & Print Design Forum:' started by mick_mccabe, Jan 31, 2014.

  1. mick_mccabe

    mick_mccabe Member

    Right quick question, I've sourced some vectors with cc licence free for commercial use etc. my question is can I use some of these vectors in a TSHIRT print for my mates gym, to sell to the members? If anyone can help it would be great I've tried looking on the cc website and can't find anything. Cheers mick
     
  2. shaunalynn

    shaunalynn Active Member

    "Free for commercial use" should make it safe to use on shirts. You aren't selling the graphic itself on another websites for someone else to use.
     
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  3. When you receive a commercial use license you can use it for pretty much what ever the hell you want. They're not going to be checking and they don't really care what you get up to with it, within reason of course, so yeah, go nuts!
     
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  4. mick_mccabe

    mick_mccabe Member

    I like ur thinking auld bean. It was just tee design for my local gym.
     
  5. onedayteam

    onedayteam New Member

    Hi, I'm still new here but In my experience in studying CC stuff online, I notice that there are only a few people who are actually tracking down their image usage. And they are only doing it on websites, which can be tracked down. Since you’ll not be using it online or distributing it to other web entities, then you should be good. ;)
     

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