What comes with an exclusive license?

Each piece has been carefully selected and is guaranteed by the artist to have never been licensed before. As a customer when you claim an image you will become the owner of that image in perpetuity (forever). It becomes yours to do with what you like. The image will no longer be available on the platform or through the artist.

What are the best use cases for exclusive graphics?

Album art, EP art, track art, social media promotions, unique branding, t-shirts and other merchandise, prints, and more. You can do whatever you want with the art you exclusively license.

Can I add logos and text to the artwork I license from Art Grab?

The license agreement allows you to add logos and text to the artwork, or you are welcome to contact me and see if I can help (an additional design fee may apply).


What is a commercial license?

Commercial” use is any use: that involves an exchange of money or other consideration, that promotes a business (e.g., sole proprietorship, corporation, or partnership), product, or service, or where financial gain or other consideration is either sought or a result, directly or indirectly, of Licensee’s use of the Licensed Asset. If any one or more of the criteria is met, then the use is deemed “Commercial”.

The licensed asset can appear in up to 5,000 end products for sale

Can be used for

  • Up to 5,000 physical or digital end products for sale
  • One business social media account owned and managed by the licensee
  • Unlimited physical advertisements for local markets
  • Digital paid advertisements with unlimited impressions
  • Broadcast and streaming for up to 500,000 lifetime viewers
Can I use an artwork as part of a book or album cover design?

Yes, but special limitations apply based on your intended use. With all three licenses, you can create unlimited non-commercial books or albums. If your book is for sale, a Commercial License allows up to 5,000 total end products and an Extended Commercial license allows up to 250,000. Keep in mind that, under the Commercial License, your cover’s design must be significantly different than the original artwork; require time, effort, and skill to produce; and not derive its primary value from the artwork itself.