We are very clear that if we write a complex licensing surely be a headache. So we’ve put together the Original Mockups Standard License.
The Standard License gives you the right to use any item purchased on Original Mockups in a Personal or Commercial project for yourself or a client, but the item cannot be resold or redistributed on its own, or used in a product offered for sale where the item contributes to the core value of the product being sold.
When used as part of a new work, there’s no limit to the number of copies of the new work that can be distributed so long as the copies are not offered for sale.
|You can...||You cannot...|
|- Use a purchased mockup to present your website design in a market place||- Include the purchased mockup with a website or product offered for sale or distributed (even for free).|
|- Use a purchased mockup for your own personal blog or a client website.||- Offer a purchased mockup to users of your hosting or blogging service (even for free).|
The following restrictions apply to any Stock Media Product affixed with an “Editorial” notice on its Product Page. The Editorial notice is one way to alert you that certain subject matter depicted by Stock Media Products, such as a manufactured product under a brand name, may be protected by another party’s Intellectual Property rights (“Other-Party Intellectual Property”). Permitted use of Other-Party Intellectual Property in Stock Media Products is limited to news reporting in Creations of some cultural, editorial, journalistic, or otherwise newsworthy value, and includes news reporting on television and the internet. This restriction does not apply if you have the needed authorization to use the Other-Party Intellectual Property for your Creation, such as if you are the Intellectual Property owner yourself, or an Intellectual Property owner’s advertising team, hired party, or licensee purchasing that company’s product.
Original Mockups does not own or license any Other-Party Intellectual Property. Original Mockups does not in any way make any representations or warranties about Other-Party Intellectual Property associated with Stock Media Products. You are solely responsible for determining the need for and, if appropriate, obtaining any needed Other-Party clearance, consent, or release to use any Other-Party Intellectual Property in your Creations.
If you’re still unclear about what is or isn’t allowed under the Standard License, please contact the Original Mockups support team.