licensing-agreement

Merchandise and Artwork Licensing Agreement Contract Template

$347

This template is a Merchandise and Artwork Licensing Agreement between an owner of intellectual property, such as artwork/designs (licensor) and a manufacturer/marketer (licensee). It grants the licensee permission to use the licensor’s designs/artwork to manufacture or sell products bearing the licensee’s artwork/designs.

The Details

This template is a Merchandise and Artwork Licensing Agreement between an owner of intellectual property, such as artwork/designs (licensor) and a manufacturer/marketer (licensee). It grants the licensee permission to use the licensor’s designs/artwork to manufacture or sell products bearing the licensee’s artwork/designs.

It can be used in a variety of contexts. For example:
• By a surface pattern designer who wants to license her designs to a fabric manufacturer to print and sell her designs on textiles.
• By a graphic designer who wants to license her designs to be printed on mugs or other products.
• By a blogger or influencer who wants to license her designs to be printed on T-shirts.

What's Inside
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