Copyright for Artists eBook
Have you ever wondered how copyright protection works for crafters and artists? How do you get your work protected? Where can you apply for a copyright? Copyright for Artists provides the answers to these questions and dives further into helping artist understand how they can protect their art from being copied.
Copyright for Artists by Sarah Feingold “provides information on how to register for United States copyright protection for various types of visual arts, such as advertisements, drawings, paintings, jewelry designs, needlework, original prints, sewing patterns, posters, sculpture, and weaving designs. The guide does not apply to non-U.S. works, musical works, or literary works.”
The 38-page guide is well laid out with a detailed Table of Contents so you can easily refer back to a specific section to address your questions. Copyright for Artists begins with defining the terms used when discussing intellectual property. Next, it explains the details of copyright, including what can be protected and what your rights are if you feel someone has infringed upon your protected work. Copyright for Artists includes a thorough Q & A section.
The author, Sarah Feingold, Esq. is an attorney licensed to practice law in New York. A former legal journalist and corporate attorney, Sarah currently serves as general counsel for Etsy Inc. Sarah speaks and writes on the topics of intellectual property rights of artists. Copyright for Artists is available as an eBook.