..only if you're not trying to make a profit on the fabric and that you confirm you are not the copyright holder.Gromidez wrote:On a similar note, what if you have overstock of fabric, which happens to include trademarked fabric, and try to sell it on ebay or etsy? Is that illegal?
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I wouldn't say it's wrong, morally. It sure as hell is illegal though - you have purchased the material but not the right to use the images, which is a seperate issue from what they are printed on. If a company spends millions marketing a particular image, they don't want someone else profiting from that without paying up. Again morally I and many other people agree with you, but the reality is what it is.Gromidez wrote:That's why I feel sometimes its a little silly. You've sold me the fabric. You've made the money you were hoping to from the creation of this product. I'm now putting my hard work into it and want to make money from that, why is that wrong?
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