Rejected as "Intellectual Property Refusal"

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Nov 21, 2020 Nov 21, 2020

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Hey. Two drawings were not accepted for me due to "Refusal of intellectual property", I cannot understand where the intellectual property is, these are my drawings and I have a sketch drawn on paper by me. There is no mention of brands in the title and keywords either. Someone can explain to me what is wrong with this picture.

 

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merry christmas and happy new year greeting card with cute retro car with christmas tree on the roof, postcard, poster, vector illustration, flat design

 

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auto, background, banner, car, card, cartoon, celebration, christmas, cute, december, decoration, design, doodle, drive, fun, gift, green, greeting, hand, happy, holiday, illustration, isolated, lettering, merry, new, pine, pink, postcard, poster, print, retro, scandinavian, snow, style, tree, trendy, vector, vintage, white, winter, xmas, year

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Nov 21, 2020 Nov 21, 2020

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The intellectual property is the art work itself. You need a property release from the designer. There is no difference when you paid it yourself; Adobe do not know this. So you sign a release with yourself as owner (the painter) and artist (the photographer). It's confusing. If you have a release already, it might be that the retro car is a little too like some real car, just maybe.

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Your car looks like a Fiat 500. That may be the problem.

 

You could try with a property release for the art-work. May be it passes...

 

BTW: I'm moving this to the stock contributor thread.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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