Content License Summary

Content License Summary

Welcome to Pikstree! Pikstree is a vibrant community of authors, artists, and creators sharing royalty-free images, video, audio, and other media. We refer to this collectively as "Content". By accessing and using Content, or by contributing Content, you agree to comply with our Content License.

At Pikstree, we like to keep things as simple as possible. For this reason, we have created this summary of our Content License which is available in full here. Please keep in mind that only the full Content License is legally binding.

What are you allowed to do with Content?

  1. Subject to the Prohibited Uses (see below), the Content License allows users to:

  2. Use Content for free without having to attribute the author (although giving credit is always appreciated by our community!)

  3. Modify or adapt Content into new works

What are you not allowed to do with Content?
We refer to these as Prohibited Uses which include:

  1. You cannot sell or distribute Content (either in digital or physical form) on a Standalone basis. Standalone means where no creative effort has been applied to the Content and it remains in substantially the same form as it exists on our website

  2. If Content contains any recognizable trademarks, logos, or brands, you cannot use that Content for commercial purposes about goods and services. In particular, you cannot print that Content on merchandise or other physical products for sale.

  3. You cannot use Content in any immoral or illegal way, especially Content that features recognizable people.

  4. You cannot use Content misleadingly or deceptively.

  5. You cannot use any of the Content as part of a trademark, design mark, trade name, business name, or service mark.

Please be aware that certain Content may be subject to additional intellectual property rights (such as copyrights, trademarks, and design rights), moral rights, proprietary rights, property rights, privacy rights, or similar. It is your responsibility to check whether you require the consent of a third party or a license to use Content.