The artist I work with has a policy that you own the artwork, but the artist owns the copyright. This means that the artist will provide you with illustrations that will be used in your book and all materials related to the book (news kits, marketing materials, bookmarks, author’s website, etc.). You can only use the artwork for your book, and the famous children’s book illustrations creators will not sell it to anyone or use it for any other purpose. Did you know that before?
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Every illustration is sort of property right and he who illustrates that is the one holding it’s copyrights right because it is just creative interpretation via images pictures or simply visuals of a textual documentation like academic papers Ireland however you have all power to sell it’s copyright to some other individual or company.
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