Creazilla Open-Source License

Read below for the actual license that allows you to use the vectors, clipart, illustrations, 3D models and photos (“Creazilla assets”) in any project, commercial or personal without attribution or any costs. Just don't try to replicate Creazilla, redistribute in packs its assets or create integrations for it without limitation.


Full license text


All assets licensed under Creazilla Open-Source license and published on Creazilla.com can be used for free. You can use them for non-commercial and commercial purposes. You do not need to ask permission or provide credit to Creazilla. For redistributing an asset as downloadable good or product, attribution is required.

More precisely, Creazilla grants you a nonexclusive, worldwide copyright license to download, copy, modify, distribute, perform, and use the assets provided from Creazilla for free, including for commercial purposes, without permission from or attributing the creator or Creazilla. You can use and distribute up to 500 assets for a single project unless you got a written permission from Creazilla to use more. This license does not include the right to compile assets from Creazilla to replicate a similar or competing service, in any form or distribute the assets in packs without limitation. This extends to automated and non-automated ways to link, embed, scrape, search or download the assets included on the website without our consent.


License FAQ


The following questions and answers on them are related to the usage guide of the content licensed under Creazilla Open-Source license (“Creazilla assets”).


Are Creazilla assets really for free?

Can I sell Creazilla assets on stock sites?

Where can I use Creazilla assets as the main element?

Can I sell t-shirts using Creazilla assets?

Can I use Creazilla assets without attribution?

Can I use Creazilla assets for logo

Can I redistribute Creazilla assets?

How many Creazilla assets can I download?



Are Creazilla assets really for free?


Most of graphic stocks claim that they are free, but under condition of crediting the author, that is including an attribution and a link to their sites. To use their assets without attribution or to have an access to all premium resources, you are obliged to purchase their monthly subscription. So, these stock sites are in fact partially free.

The content of Creazilla is completely free of charge with no hidden fees and with no additional conditions. All premium resources of Creazilla licensed Creazilla Open-Source License are available to all users for free. So, you do not need to purchase any monthly subscription to use our best assets. In most cases, attribution is not required. Though we would be very grateful if you could link back to our site. If you want Creazilla to produce more great assets for free, talk as much as possible about Creazilla.com. When possible, place an attribution with link to creazilla.com next to image that is being used. To learn more about attribution and how you can contribute, read here.


Can I sell Creazilla assets on stock sites?


No, you cannot.

The content of Creazilla licensed under Creazilla Open-Source License cannot be sold on stock websites as is. If you want to use these resources commercially on products that will be sold on stock websites, you must ensure that these resources do not work as the main element of the design. To create the main elements of the composition, you must use your own design or third-party designs. Creazilla resources must be used only as backgrounds or secondary elements.


Main element

An image is considered as the main element when it is used as it has been downloaded from Creazilla site



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or small changes were applied to the design like cropping


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Or adding your message


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Or using multiple images from Creazilla


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So, cropping, changing the colour, the orientation, adding your small details, text etc. is not enough as long as the design from Creazilla is still the element with more weight in the final composition. If you want to use a background, a border or a pattern from Creazilla to add other elements on top, like a message, please note that you must choose a background or pattern that has less weight than the text you add. You can also create your own pattern or background, adding other third-party elements to the design. If the image your use from Creazilla attracts the attention before the other parts on the design, then it will still be considered as the main element


Secondary element

Creazilla assets are used as secondary elements, if other elements from your design or third-party design become more important than an image taken from Creazilla. See the examples below, where the first image is that of Creazilla and the next one is the final composition.


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Where can I use Creazilla assets as the main element?


Here is a list of when Creazilla assets can be used as main element.


  • Personal Use. Example: The final design of your noncommercial product.
  • Products for your own business. Example: The design of your own blog or web-site, your business card, flyers, videos, posters, social media posts for promotion of your company or specific event.
  • Print on demand items for multiple clients. Example: you can sell calendars, templates, t-shirts, mugs, etc using an image from Creazilla as the main element of the design
  • Packaging. Example: The label, the box package of the item
  • Social networks posts. Example: Posts for personal or commercial use on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others
  • Blogs, forums, web-site posts. Example: the content that you publish on your blog
  • Videos, games, apps. Example: Videos for Youtube for personal use or for your business.
  • Press articles, books. Example: illustration of a book, a newspaper

We want Creazilla content to be remained always free of charge. If Creazilla is useful to you, please include the attribution line “Designed by Creazilla” and a link referring creazilla.com next to image wherever possible. In such a way, you protect our independence and help Creazilla keep growing.


Can I sell t-shirts using Creazilla assets?


Yes, you can!

Since the final product you sell is a t-shirt (not a design), you can use Creazilla assets for your shop. You can sell any print on demand items using Creazilla assets as the main element of a design. If you are not selling a physical item, but a design for a t-shirt or for other printed products, then you must use Creazilla content as a secondary element of a design.

Please note that you have a limit of 500 downloads of assets per project. For instance, you want to sell t-shirts using designs of Creazilla. You can use no more than 500 downloads for your t-shirt designs. Each group of items you sell (mugs, t-shirts, calendars etc.) corresponds to a separate project. If you want to extend this limit, contact us.


Can I use Creazilla assets without attribution?


Yes, you can!

If you do not redistribute Creazilla assets on websites that compete with Creazilla, then you are not required to include the attribution.

Examples when you can use Creazilla assets without attribution:


  • Personal use
  • Products for your own business
  • Custom work for one specific client
  • Print on demand products
  • Packaging
  • Social network posts
  • Blogs, forums, web-site posts
  • Videos, games, apps
  • Press articles, books publishing

Since we offer our users premium assets absolutely free of charge, we are in need so much of attribution just to survive. Creazilla does not earn enough to cover colossal expenses on graphic production, programming, hosting and management. In fact, we just cover a little portion of all expenses by our ads on site. We do not want to change our philosophy. We hope to remain our content for free in the future. So, please link to creazilla.com wherever you use Creazilla assets if it is possible. Keep Creazilla thriving and free!


If you wish to include the attribution and a link to Creazilla site, here are some examples:


  • Websites, blogs, forums

We recommend placing a link to creazilla.com with attribution line “Designed by Creazilla” next to assets you use. Some examples: Designed by Creazilla, Designed by creazilla.com or just Creazilla.com

If you cannot add it next to assets, you can place it in the footer of your website, blog or forum.


  • Social network profiles or posts

We recommend adding a link to creazilla.com with attribution line “Designed by Creazilla” in the image you are using or in the text description of the post. For Instagram, you can add “Designed by @Creazilla).


  • Printed products

If possible, place the attribution line “Designed by Creazilla.com” next to the image that is being used on posters, books, magazines, vinyls, flyers. If it is not possible, you can add the attribution line on the credits page or include it in the bibliography.


  • Video, games

Add the attribution line with a link to the credits’ section or at the end of the video, game. You can also add link to creazilla.com in the description box of your video or a game.


  • Mobile app

You can add the attribution line on the credits page of your app or in the text description added to the website or app store where the app is available from.


If you redistribute Creazilla assets on web-site that compete with Creazilla, then you must always indicate Creazilla as the author's name, the license and provide the link to the Creazilla.com page with the material. Redistribution means that you upload Creazilla assets as is on other sites and allow users to download them for free.


Examples when you are required to include attribution with a link to creazilla.com:


  • Blogs, forums, web-sites related to design, assets, image, photo, 3D, drawing, video, music, etc.
  • Stocks, catalogues, galleries related to image, video, 3D, vector, clipart, photo, sound, etc.
  • Print on demand sites related to anything that can be printed on demand

Please note that you cannot redistribute more than 500 assets for a single project. Here is an example. You have a blog about design and you want to add to your gallery Creazilla assets. So, you can upload only 500 Creazilla assets on your blog.


Can I use Creazilla assets for logo


You can use Creazilla assets as an inspiration for your logo design. However, if you use Creazilla resources fully or partially to create logotypes, you cannot legally register them or use them to represent a legal brand. Creazilla assets have copyright which we do not sell or transfer to users.


Can I redistribute Creazilla assets?


Yes, you can redistribute Creazilla assets. Redistribution means that you allow users to download Creazilla content for free on other sites. Do not forget that you cannot redistribute more than 500 assets per project and a credit with a link to a Creazilla site is mandatory. Read more about attribution here.


How many Creazilla assets can I download?


500 downloads per project

We have stated a limit of 500 materials per project for a content licensed under Creazilla Open-Source License. A user can use up to 500 materials (vectors, 3D models, clipart) for a single project unless the user got a written permission from Creazilla to use more. If you need to use more resources for specific purposes, please contact us and we will let you know if you meet the requirements for this.