If you use a free file that has our Standard License on the “Copyright” link, then yes, you’ll need to edit the file enough so that it doesn’t look like the original file, ( i.e. not just change the color - it needs to be unrecognizable). Also, if you are using a free file, you will need to give credit back to the site. If you use a free file that lists a Creative Commons license as the license, you’ll need to follow the rules listed for that license on their website which will be linked on the license on our sites. If you use a premium file, as a premium member, you’ll still need to edit the file if you plan on selling a digital file built with one of our premium files. For example, if you download an .eps flower from our site, and you want to create a digital wedding invitation with that flower, it would need to edited enough so that you are not reselling our file encased in one of your files. You do not need to edit the premium file if you are putting that design on a physical good ( i.e. t-shirt, mug, printed goods, paper good, etc.).
Articles in this section
- Does Vecteezy own my resources?
- Can I resell the resources I download from Vecteezy?
- Can I just download the free resources and use them elsewhere?
- What does Vecteezy consider to be Art Theft?
- Can I use the files found on your site for products I sell?
- Do I have to provide attribution on my physical products?
- Do I have to edit the files I use on my physical products to sell?
- Can I trademark a logo that has your design in the logo?