Guidelines for Posting Kristle’s work

Proper Etiquette for Social Media 

Kristle Studio differentiates between individual fans who share her work, to businesses that, whether directly or indirectly, profit off of their social media content – including posts that are not an ad.

Individuals are welcome to digitally share any work, as long as they properly credit Kristle Studio, and don’t edit the image in any way (no cropping, deleting or editing and cropping of artist signature).

Businesses should seek direct permission prior to posting, and are only free to share creative work when the mere purpose of the post is to support and showcase the artist. Proper credit should be given in the first two lines of the caption. Proper credit implies tagging the creator alongside an explanation that would tie Kristle Studio to the image, for example: ‘art by @kristlestudio or’.

In all cases where artwork is used for commercial goods, promotion of services, or monetary gain, expressed consent from the artist is required. This also includes digitally edited copies or other personal photographs. Commercial goods include but are not limited to websites, t shirts, magazines, and social media content. 

Copyright Ownership 

Kristle Studio owns all copyrights in any and all work(s) the artist creates or produces pursuant to federal copyright law (Title 17, Chapter 2, Section 201-02 of the United States Code), whether registered or unregistered. Any and all products, whether tangible or intangible, produced or created in connection with this website and social media platforms are expressly and solely owned by the artist and may only be used by Kristle Studio unless expressed consent is given. 

Permitted Uses of Product(s) for purchasers

Kristle Studio grants to Clients and Customers a non-exclusive license of product(s) produced with and for Client for personal use only so long as Client/Customer provides the artist with attribution each time Client/Customer uses the artist’s property. This includes prints, original artwork and commissioned artwork, products and any works produced by the artist. Personal use includes, but is not limited to, use within the following contexts:

  1. In photos on Client’s personal social media pages or profiles; or
  2. In personal creations, such as a scrapbook or personal gift; or
  3. In personal communications, such as a family newsletter or email or holiday card.