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Dec 25, 2020 Dec 25, 2020

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I was browsing the Adobe Stock site, under the free tab, and found a clip art image that I would like to use in a logo I am doing for work (File# 223017379). It's under the free tab, and when I downloaded it, a box popped up and said 'Licensed', with a check mark next to it. Does this mean its free to use how I please, or do I need to purchase a license to use it? Any help is appreciated! 

Happy Holidays, 

Brad

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Most Valuable Participant , Dec 26, 2020 Dec 26, 2020
Logos typically need exclusive rights to images, and you can't get them from Stock images, because other people can buy them and they remain on sale. Whether this applies to you depends on your law and needs, but I did read that in licensing terms, you get the same standard or enhanced license that you would get for stock images that are sold.

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Logos typically need exclusive rights to images, and you can't get them from Stock images, because other people can buy them and they remain on sale. Whether this applies to you depends on your law and needs, but I did read that in licensing terms, you get the same standard or enhanced license that you would get for stock images that are sold.

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