1. How long is the contract?
Indefinitely, unless you decide to opt-out from having your work listed on the High Art Gallery site. If you decide to opt-out please email us at email@example.com. Please allow 30 days for your work to be removed from the High Art Gallery website. Please note, that this does not release your work from being used on packaging, advertising, promotions, etc.
2. Can I license my art to another company?
You are welcome to license your art to another company, as long as they are not within the cannabis industry.
3. How do I get paid?
Payments are dispersed via PayPal.
6. How much will I make?
Artists earn 20% of net sales. You shall accrue a $50 royalty on every $250 received in Net Sales (as defined below), paid within ten (10) days of the end of the month in which it is accrued. Please note, the $250 threshold must be met before the royalty payment will be dispersed.
“Net Sales” means the total revenue minus returns, allowances, and discounts actually received by NCC for the sale of any reproduction of your Submission, or any derivative product that highlights your Submission. For more information, read our Earnings Disclaimer.
4. Do you provide sales reports?
Yes, these are available upon request by the artist. Sales reports will include the individual sales related to the artists works and not the entire catalog.
5. Will the license prevent me from producing the prints in my own shop and distributing under my name?
No. Your art is your art - we want you to be as successful as possible. The more chances for your art to be seen and purchased is a good thing!
6. Can I order my own art at a discount so I can resell it elsewhere?
Yes! We offer 20% off canvas prints, posters, and framed prints when you order 5 or more items. You can mix and match (example: 1 framed print, 2 canvases, and 2 prints). Please note, commissions will not be provided for these orders. If you would like to place an order of your own art please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
7. Where can I find the most recent terms?
You can review the latest terms here.