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« on: April 08, 2014, 03:57 »
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Well, the art image licensing beast has been released, it will definitely change the stock landscape, only the time will show how much, and how the buyers will react to the new offering.

The whole concept of FAA art licensing as it was originally announced a few weeks ago, has been reworked and refined, and I think for better.
The website name has been slightly modified from the original plan (technicaly, a subdomain of pixels.com), but the main change is that it's been made separate from the main FAA / pixels.com collection. Which is a good thing.
FAA's markup remains at 30% of artist specified price, as announced previously. In other words, the artist keeps 77% of the licensing fee charged to the end user.

Here is the announcement:
http://fineartamerica.com/controlpanel/imagelicensingprogram.html

and more detailed information:
http://fineartamerica.com/imagelicensing.html

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Ron, thanks for pointing out that this has been already discussed in the thread shown below, I wasn't aware of it.
I guess, this thread can be deleted or closed now.
« Last Edit: April 08, 2014, 06:09 by LesPalenik »




 

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