If you’re interested in licensing some designs

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LICENSE YOUR ART FOR JEWELRY
Earn Extra Cash While Keeping All Rights To Your Work

Bite Size Jewelry is looking for good artists, designers, illustrators, and photographers to feature their work on an interesting, new type of jewelry they call "scrabble pendants."  These unique accessories are hand-made from reclaimed wooden "Scrabble" game tiles, and coated with a jewelry-grade, high-gloss resin.  Each pendant is tiny, measuring about .75 x .75" square, and features a unique design or miniature work of art on one side, with the "Scrabble" game lettering on the other.  According to Jed and Brandy Steen, the young couple starting the new venture, these petite works of art are becoming very popular!

Bite Size Jewelry is offering royalty payments through a non-exclusive licensing agreement to artists who send in their designs.  This means that all artists who participate will maintain all rights to their work, while earning $1.00 on every item sold at retail with their design, and $0.50 for wholesale.

Interested artists should read the agreement on the Bite Size Jewelry blog. And send in their artwork to art@bitesizejewelry.com

This is an easy new venue for artists to earn "extra cash" on their designs, without giving away any rights. For more information you may also contact Jed or Brandy at info@bitesizejewelry.com

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4 comments to If you’re interested in licensing some designs

  • Alyson, thank you for this one. Talk about delivering useful content! Bite Size Jewelry makes no mention of a contract. I took snapshots of their page and saved them as a record of stated terms. I also cc’d my jpg submissions to myself. Do you think that covers the bases?

  • Thank you very much for this “heads up.” It’s very intriguing.

  • Alyson B. Stanfield

    Nancy: I think I’d want something signed by them.

  • Thank you (once again!!) for this info – you have been a source of knowledge for this little artist and i sincerly thank you for that!