Can I use an adobe vector once licensed for a company logo?

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Nov 05, 2020 Nov 05, 2020

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I recently started looking at vectors off of adobe and liscened one of them for my own use.
I am thinking about creating my own company, but I want to make sure that putting the vector (once liciensed) will not go against any legalities of ownerhsip,

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Adobe Employee , Nov 05, 2020 Nov 05, 2020
Hi there, Thanks for reaching out. In addition to the response given earlier, I'd request checking out the Adobe Stock licensing page and buy the license accordingly. Hope it helps. Regards, Ashutosh

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You really need to read the license agreement. But if you want a logo to represent your company's identity, shouldn't it be uniquely yours, not something that many others can buy as well. The purpose of a logo and identity is to tell your company's story. If you ever need to trademark it, you will likely have a problem.

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As Michele offered, you'd want to double-check against the licensing document-ese to be absolutely sure ...

 

But you licensed the art from Adobe Stock? And you're designing the logo? You should be able to use it just fine. Unless you choose to sell something with the stock art on it — e.g. T-shirts, posters, etc. — your standard license should do just fine. I would double-check to be absolutely sure, I'm not a lawyer, but as I understand it your own use fits within the definition of your standard license.

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Hi there,

 

Thanks for reaching out. In addition to the response given earlier, I'd request checking out the Adobe Stock licensing page and buy the license accordingly. Hope it helps.

 

Regards,

Ashutosh

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