Did you see an image and wonder, "that would look great on a shirt"? How do you know if printing the design is forbidden? Before we can answer that, you need to know that copyright infringement is when someone, in the case of print on demand, reprints copyright-protected material without the copyright holder's expressed permission. The copyright law help ensure the owner of the design receives compensation for their work.
We've come up with a general guide to help clarify what we do not allow:
No famous political images, including cartoon representations
No photos, parodies, or other artwork representing a celebrity
No phrases, quotes, verses, or sayings that you didn't write
No logos, mottoes, or names
No sports team, club, college, or organization logos
No images from platforms such as Google images, Flickr, or Instagram
No movie or tv series logo, name, or image
No comic or cartoon personalities or representations
No images from memes
Any orders involving a copyrighted design may be canceled by the Fuel customer support team. Multiple infractions may result in a temporary or permanent suspension of your Fuel account. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important note: Please keep in mind that we do not refund or reprint orders with IP infringement, even if the orders were processed.
*This article is only for educational purposes, not written by a lawyer, and doesn't intend to be legal advice.