The following guidelines are meant to guide in the process of creating and submitting your art for screen printing and to make sure that the art submitted will yield the highest quality final result for your garments. Please take a little time to look over them carefully as your familiarity with them will insure you get the best final product possible.
A word about copyright and intellectual property laws and your art…
At Splattered Ink our company and industry is largely dependent upon graphics to produce the products we manufacture. We are committed to upholding the laws in place to protect your art and that of others. While we do not expect all of our customers to necessarily fully understand copyright and intellectual property laws, and we are not lawyers, we do take copyright and intellectual property laws seriously.
Splattered Ink will not knowingly print images which are protected by copyright or intellectual property laws without documentation from the customer which shows they either have a right to use the images, or have a contractual licensing agreement with the copyright holder to use protected images for the production of your shirts or clothing line. Any submission for printing company logo’s or artwork submitted must be accompanied by authorization from the customer that shows they are entitled to print the design or subject or if they are not the copyright holder that they are licensed to do so by the original copyright holder of the design or logo. If, in Splattered Ink’s sole determination, we feel that your artwork infringes upon the copyright or intellectual property of another, we may decline to print your images or request that you modify the artwork in question.
Additionally, by submitting your artwork to us, you agree to defend, indemnify, and hold Splattered Ink harmless from and against any and all claims, damages, costs and expenses, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, arising from or relating to your use of Splattered Ink’s website and our services offered herein, or your violation of any rights of another.
~Thanks Splatteredink LLC