The complete Graphics Factory library of images, which is one of the largest royalty-free collections available to you with unlimited downloads. Developed to save you time and money by providing an blazing fast image search engine to royalty-free images with commercial usage rights at an extremely affordable price.
When you become a platinum member of Graphics Factory.com you get instant access to millions of images with unlimited downloads and commercial usage rights that can be accessed from any device. It really doesn't get any easier or more affordable to access images to use for almost any purpose, all original and from a legal source.
Important Note: Graphics Factory users are protected from copyright-infringement because we guarantee the images you download are legal for you to use. Graphics Factory owns the copyrights to the images provided and you obtain a license to use the images with your purchase.
You will sleep better at night knowing the images you download and use will not lead to a copyright infringement case.
What is commercial usage?
Commercial usage includes using the images to earn money on items you sell such as t-shirts, rubber stamps, signs, books, and any other items that will earn you money. With a Platinum Membership you can use Graphics factory images on products you sell.
When you purchase single images you can use the images for personal and education purposes, but if you create lesson plans for sale you would need a Platinum Mebership with commercial usage rights.
Graphics Factory provides a royalty-free usage license that allows you to use the images from Graphics Factory on commercial items even if you sell them. Commercial usage includes any type of usage where you will be using the Image(s) for business purposes and making money from the use of the Image(s).
Graphics Factory grants you a royalty-free, non-exclusive, and non-transferable license to use the Image(s) only as provided in this Agreement. SEE BELOW FOR OTHER IMPORTANT TERMS AND LIMITATIONS THAT FORM PART OF THIS GRANT.
You can not use the Image(s) to compete with Graphics Factory. Graphics Factory is in the business of licensing images to its customers. It is the specific intent of this provision to prohibit you from using the Image(s) to enter, either directly or indirectly, a similar or competing business.
I. You can use the Image(s) in any print or electronic media, including advertising and editorial use, provided such use is not intended to allow the re-distribution, re-use of the Image(s) or access to the image(s) apart from a product or service.
II. You can use the Image(s) on product packaging or in any items for educational use or resale, including books, logos, calendars, consumer merchandise (T-shirts, posters, art, apps, etc.), provided such use is not intended to allow the re-distribution, re-use of the Image(s) or access to the Image(s) apart from a product or service.
III : Editorial Use: Every image at Graphics Factory can be used for 'editorial & commercial' purposes, BUT the images marked celebrity or editorial-use can only be used for editorial purposes only. The editorial-use only means that the image can not be used for commercial purposes of any kind.
An Editorial Use Only image CAN be used:
Example: You are publishing a magazine article about Lego and you use an image of Lego from Graphics Factory to illustrate your article. This is acceptable editorial use.
Example: Your company is launching a new t-shirt design in the US market. You download an image of a Barbie from Graphics Factory and have t-shirts made to sell. This is not acceptable editorial use.
An Editorial-Use only image CANNOT be used for:
Every image other then the editorial-use images can be used for educational and commercial purposes.
IV : Modifying Images: You can modify or alter the Image(s) as necessary for your use and provided that if such modification or alteration constitutes a derivative work you do not acquire any copyright ownership or equivalent rights in or to any of the Image(s) or any other property of Graphics Factory or its licensor and you shall only use such derivative work in accordance with this Agreement.
V : CELEBRITY CARICATURE CARTOONS :
Our celebrity cartoons can be used for books, newspapers, magazines and other published editorial materials. They CAN NOT be used on t-shirts, mugs, posters, cups, or any other retail merchandise for sale.
I. You can not sublicense, distribute, transfer or assign rights to the Image(s) as images.
II. You can not display or distribute the Image(s) in any vector format. Doing so will be viewed as an attempt to distribute the Image(s) in violation of this Agreement.
III. You can not use the Image(s) to compete with Graphics Factory. Graphics Factory is in the business of licensing images to its subscribers. It is the specific intent of this provision to prohibit you from using the Image(s) to enter, either directly or indirectly, a similar or competing business.
You can and are encouraged to display the "Image Licensed from Graphics Factory.com" to show users you have legal rights to use the image(s). This is not required but it can help build trust with your customers and brand.
Sample License Notices:
Book Usage : Can be placed in front or back of book.
Images on page 2 © Graphics Factory.com
Merchandise for sale:
Officially Licensed from © Graphics Factory.com
Web site usage:
<a href="https://www.graphicsfactory.com/">Images © Graphics Factory.com</a>
Cafe Press / Zazzle type sites : Must be placed on item purchase page or else they may remove your item.
Images Licensed from Graphics Factory.com
Yes, you can use images from Graphics Factory to make rubber stamps to resell with a Platinum Membership. You would need to keep your membership active to continue selling the rubber stamps made from images at GraphicsFactory.com.
You do not need to add a copyright notice on the actual rubber stamp.
Yes, you can use images from Graphics Factory in your web site templates.
Add a copyright notice on the actual template such as ... Image © Graphics Factory.com.
Yes, you can use images from Graphics Factory on your lesson plans and worksheets that you sell from sites such as teacherspayteachers.com.
You can NOT create clip art or image sets to sell, but you CAN use the clipart as part of your lesson plans for illustrational purposes.
You can include 300dpi jpg's or 300dpi PDFs, but the PDF files can only be created from using JPGs, GIFs, or PNGs and NOT from vector files such as .EPS, .SVG, .AI, or .WMF). You can create products for FREE, but only a small collection of less than 20 products can be free.
A copyright notice must be on the actual printable lesson plan or worksheet such as ... "Image © Graphics Factory.com" or "Owl image © Graphics Factory.com".
We also have special rates for schools. If you would like to have access for your school please email with how many teachers you would like to have access.
Yes, you can make embroidery designs to sell using images from Graphics Factory with a Platinum Membership. An active Professional Membership is required to continue selling embroidery designs using Graphics Factory images.
Embroidery designs can not be made available in these formats .EPS, .PDF .SVG, .AI, .PNG, .JPG, .GIF, .CDR or .WMF.
Place a copyright notice on the page where the embroidery designs are sold , like...
Image © Graphics Factory.com.
To start selling your embroidery designs using Graphics Factory images create your Platinum Membership and you can upgrade to Professional once you login.
We limit the number of embroidery designs you can sell to 500.
No, you can not use images from Graphics Factory to sell as scripts in Paint Shop Pro, Photoshop, Illustrator and such programs.
Yes, images can be modified to use in logos. You can copyright your logo using Graphics Factory images, but it doesn't and can't stop anyone from using the image within your logo, it would only protect your exact logo design.
Yes, images can be used on T-Shirts you sell from your online or retail store. An active Platinum Membership is required to sell T-Shirts with Graphics Factory images on them. Create your Platinum Membership.
Yes, images from Graphics Factory can be used in your scrap booking kits, but a copyright notice within each kit such as ... Image © Graphics Factory.com is required. You can include 300dpi jpg's or 300dpi PDFs, but the PDF images can only be created from JPG, GIF, or PNGs, not from vector files such as .EPS, .SVG, .AI, or .WMF).
Place a copyright notice within the kit such as ... Images © Graphics Factory.com.
Yes, images can be used in apps / games you sell. A yearly platinum membership is required to use images in your app or game (Membership does not need to stay active after the first year unless using the images for a library or theme pack).
The images can be used to create a library or part of a theme you create but no more then 20 images can be used. If you use images for a gallery or theme pack. Sticker Packs can not be created using Graphics Factory images.
Place a copyright notice on your apps/games credit or about page. Example... Images used in this app are © Graphics Factory.com.
No, images can not be used to create sticker packs for iPhone or Android phones.
Yes, images can be used in books you sell.
Place a copyright notice in your book such as images used in this book are licensed and © Graphics Factory.com.
Yes, Graphics Factory images can be used to create physical decals and stickers to sell. Digital decals or stickers can not be sold using images from Graphics Factory.
Yes, images can be used on items you sell from sites such as Etsy, CafePress and Zazzle. An active Platinum Membership is required to use images on the items you sell..
A copyright notice must be displayed on your item page such as ... Images used on this item are Officially licensed / © Graphics Factory.com
Graphics Factory also provides an online storefront for you to sell items with your designs on them. Learn more about Graphics Factory storefronts.
Yes, you can use Graphics Factory images to make memes.
A copyright notice must be displayed on the meme such as ... Image © Graphics Factory.com
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