Screen Printing, Embroidery, Vinyl Graphics, Trophies, Awards and Dye Sublimation at Street Graphex.
logo

Privacy Policy


Your right to privacy is something that Street Graphex takes very seriously. As such, we offer this clarification of what we do
with the information that we collect from you.

When we request customer information, it is done with the intention of improving our relationship with our clients. When you provide your personal information to us (such as your name, address, phone number, e-mail address or company name)we will not give out or sell your individual information to any outside company for use in marketing or solicitation efforts. We will maintain the confidentiality of your personal information and it will only be used to support your customer relationship with Street Graphex. Our intent in any e-mail correspondence is to share information that will enhance your experience as a Street Graphex client and to include only those individuals who have chosen to receive such e-mails. To discontinue receiving future e-mail communications, you have the right to "opt out" at any time. The above-stated policy is built around practices that are considered "industry-standards." We will continue to review our position and make revisions as necessary to protect your right to privacy.

Copyright Information for Artists: How Copyright Laws Protect Your Art


First off, the moment you create ANYTHING visual - paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, etc - the only person who is allowed to copy that art is you. If you decide to sell prints of one of your paintings, you can. If anyone else does, without your written permission, you have the right to take them to court and sue for damages. In fact, copyright laws are so strong that your family or legal heirs will still own the copyright to your artwork until 70 years after your death. Artists that display their work online or allow their art to be published in books or magazines often put a copyright symbol (along with their name and the year the artwork was created) next to the reproduced image. This practice isn't actually necessary - you still own the copyright, even without using the symbol - but at least this will remind people not to copy your work. You should also be aware that even after selling an original work of art to a collector, you still hold the copyright to it. The buyer cannot make prints or sell copies of your art unless you have given them that express permission in writing.

** PLEASE READ **


STOCK ARTis art that has been designed either by Street Graphex or has been purchased by Street Graphex to be used as such.   When we use art you provide, the customer assumes full responsibility for all claims and/or litigation arising from alleged infringement of licenses, patents or copyrights on any requested design or copy.   It is assumed by Street Graphex that artwork submitted for printing is being used in full compliance with all applicable laws regarding its usage.  
© COPYRIGHT Any and all artwork created by Street Graphex or any employee of Street Graphex is the property of Street Graphex and may not be used without written consent from Street Graphex. Unauthorized use will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

RIGHT TO PROMOTION: Unless specified in writing at time order is placed; we reserve the right to use any item we produce for display and promotion.