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License Options

Have a deeper look on the Licenses and Copyright of our products. If you have any doubts,  please write us and we’ll be happy to answer you

Dear friends, as you all know we are a small design studio, and we work really hard to create products that speak high quality, and that will possibly make your jaw drop 🙂 That’s why we want to thank you all in advance for appreciating our effort, and taking the time to consider the set of Creator Licenses we launched, so that you can purchase our products in the right terms depending on the fair use you will make of them, and finally feeling free from the stressing questions that often go through our mind as designers, like ‘What can I use this for?’ ‘Am I allowed to … ?’ ‘Can I sell this?’ etc.

For any doubts or any usage-realated questions just write us at

What is an End Product?

An End Product is the final artwork / project / product you will create from the asset(s) you purchased from the Indieground Design Shop.

What is a Licensed Asset?

A Licensed Asset is a product you purchased from Indieground Design Shop.

Personal license

What is personal Use?

Personal Use is defined as using purchased Items in a manner that has no potential monetary gain. Personal Use projects cannot be related to any business, non-profit, or other organization of any kind. All purchased Items may be used in an unlimited number of Personal Use Projects.

Examples of Personal Use

  • Include using a graphic to create t-shirts for a family reunion
  • Using a template to create a to create a private concert or friends party.
  • Using a texture or pattern in a piece of wall art that you create for your house (no money changes hands), etc
  • Use a mockup just to show to a single client the result of an artwork
  • Commercial License

    What is Commercial Use?

    We define Commercial Work to be any work done that is not for Personal Use. Synonymous terms include Contracted Work and Client Work. All the purchased product licenses are intented for a single end user

    Examples of Commercial Use
  • An use that involves an exchange of money
  • An use that promotes a business, product, or service
  • Where the Licensee’s intended use of the Licensed Asset is financial gain, directly or indirectly
  • Extended Commercial LICENSE

    For the most part, there is no limit to the number of impressions for your End Product. However, when purchased Items are used in TV, films, streaming video, on demand broadcasts, and/or online videos, exceptions apply. For these mediums anything that exceeds the 50,000 monthly views, or exceeds the 5,000 end products for sale you need to purchase the Extended Commercial License

    Strickly forbidden for all the 3 licenses & Freebie Products
  • Resell or sub-license the Licensed Asset ‘as is’
  • Resell any modification of the asset on its own
  • Share the licensed Asset in any way that will allow others to download, extract, or redistribute it
  • Use the Licensed Asset in fraudulent, pornographic, immoral, infringing, illegal, harassing, offensive, or defamatory material
  • Claim false ownership / authorship of the Licensed Asset

    For any doubts or any usage-realated questions just write us at