Crestock is now offering Extended License options at a flat rate of $50 per license, per image!
With individual images starting as low as $1, you already get great value from Crestock’s two image collections. We now offer discounted Extended Licenses in several different categories to address various business needs:
Consumer Merchandise – Allows for image placement on products or product packaging intended for commercial resale or redistribution. Some examples include: mugs, mouse pads, t-shirts and other apparel, toys; greeting cards, stationary, calendars, stickers, posters, artwork and similar paper products.
Electronic Templates – Includes permission to resell or distribute the image as part of an electronic template, such as an e-greeting card, Powerpoint slideshow template, or software deployment package.
Unlimited Print Run – Our Standard License limits the quantity of reproductions to less than 500,000. This Extended License has no limit.
Multi-Seat – Enables multiple people within the same company to use an image, share it across the company network, or store copies on several company computers.
Two different editorial extended license options are available for images from the Celebrity Collection:
Cover Use– Allows the use of images on the cover of a book or magazine, or the front page of a newspaper.
Unlimited Print Run – Our Standard License limits the quantity of reproductions to less than 250,000. This Extended License has no limit.
Good To Know…
- Extended Licenses can be added to the Standard License at any time. Simply send your request via email to email@example.com to start the process.
- All images licensed from Crestock are eligible for Extended License coverage, whether purchased individually, paid for with credits, or downloaded with a subscription.
- Extended Licenses can be combined. For example, a Cover Use and an Unlimited Print Run license can be added to an image from the Celebrity collection for a combined fee of $100 (plus Standard License cost).
- For detailed licensing terms, please visit http://www.crestock.com/legal/image-license-agreement.aspx (Creative Collection) or http://www.crestock.com/legal/image-license-agreement-editorial.aspx (Celebrity Collection).
- Please note that neither the Standard nor Extended Licensing options allow the use of any image as a logo or trademark. In addition, Celebrity images cannot be used to directly or indirectly promote a product, service or merchandise. Use of Celebrity images in advertising or commercials, on packaging, album covers, or in electronic templates is not permitted.
Need an extended license or more information on what our images can be used for? Contact us or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 54th Annual Grammy Awards are this coming Sunday, February 12th.
Here are a few pics of the some of the confirmed performers and nominees at the event.
For a full list of nominees, check out Grammy.com
And come back next week for new images of the pre-show red carpet arrivals and the winners.
Monday, known as Accession Day in the Commonwealth, was the quiet beginning of five months of events for Queen Elizabeth II and the royal family as she celebrates 60 years on the throne.
Traditionally, Accession Day is not celebrated in the United Kingdom, as it marks the passing of the previous monarch. Queen Elizabeth ascended to the throne after the death of her father, King George VI, on February 6, 1952.
The highlight of her Diamond Jubilee celebration will be a long holiday weekend in the U.K. in early June, when the Queen and the royal family will lead a flotilla of 1,000 boats on the River Thames. Sir Paul McCartney will headline a concert performed in front of Buckingham Palace the same weekend.
Elizabeth is the 2nd longest reigning British monarch.
Do you know whose reign was celebrated during the last Diamond Jubilee? Tell us in the comments below!