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Business Pricing Options / Rates

Would you like to hire Katherine Knapik to design graphics for your business, illustrations for your children's book, storyboards for your short film, or other bulk illustration projects? Or would you be interested in carrying K Knapik Art products in your store? Would you like to use Katherine Knapik's pattern designs on products you manufacture?

This is the page where you can find pricing and information about all of these types of business arrangements!

Designs Just For You

Exclusive commercial License

Bulk Illustrations

Book Illustrations, Calendar Illustrations, Any Project of 5 - 20 illustrations or pages

$210 per image

$210 per image, plus additional licensing fee for entire project.

License includes first printing rights up to 200 copies or 1 year.

Bulk Illustrations

Book Illustrations, Calendar Illustrations, Any Project of 25+ illustrations or pages

$140 per image

$140 per image, plus additional licensing fee for entire project.

License includes first printing rights up to 200 copies or 1 year.

Graphic Design

Logo design, surface design for use in marketing or packaging material

$50/hr (8 hour minimum)

Minimum $400, plus additional licensing fee for entire project.

License includes unlimited media usage for 1 year.  

Licensing

Exclusive commercial license of surface designs for stationary or textile use

rate varies per project

License of one of Katherine Knapik's existing surface designs. License agreement may be made for a number of products; it may also be made to include an upfront fee and royalties.

Wholesale and More

Non-exclusive License

Wholesale

Any products available in K Knapik Art online store, or any non-exclusive collaboration

rate varies per project

You are purchasing products from Katherine Knapik at a discounted rate. You may mark up these products to a higher retail price point than the artist sells them for, but you may not sell the products for less than the artist's retail price. You do not own an exclusive license to distribute any wholesale product unless a written agreement is come up upfront.

Commission

Any products available in K Knapik Art online store, or any non-exclusive collaboration

rate varies per project

You are paying for all manufacturing costs associated with the creation of your product, but do not owe Katherine Knapik any money up front to compensate her for her labor. Instead, you will pay the artist an agreed upon percentage of your revenue when selling a product featuring her artwork. The artist retains her right to use her artwork for all commercial purposes, including to feature on other products outside of your own, and to license to other parties at any time.

Collaboration

Any products available in K Knapik Art online store, or any non-exclusive collaboration

rate varies per project

You are working with Katherine Knapik to create a joint product featuring both your business's merchandise and Katherine Knapik's artwork and/or designs. Collaborative projects will result in profits split in an agreed upon percentage or dollar amount between both parties, and will be marketed by and sold by both parties.

Licensing

Non-exclusive commercial license of surface designs for stationary or textile use

rate varies per project

License of one of Katherine Knapik's existing surface designs. License agreement may be made for a number of products; it may also be made to include an upfront fee and royalties.

Legal Notice

In all business arrangements, the client is licensing the intellectual property of Katherine Knapik. The client has no legal claim to any of Katherine Knapik's illustrations or designs, even illustrations where the client gave input on the direction of the project. The right to all visual artwork created by Katherine L Knapik belongs to her solely, including distribution rights (United States Code, Title 17, Chapter 1, Sections 102 & 106). It is not classified as Work For Hire (Chapter 2, Section 201) as a freelancer is not your employee, and rights to copyrighted works are not transferred to clients of freelance artists unless an explicit Work Made For Hire contract is signed by both parties. The artist will never sign a Work Made for Hire contract for freelance work. In the event of the artist's death, copyrights are transferred to her family.

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