If you want to use our resources commercially on products that will be sold to multiple clients or for Print on Demand (POD) items, you must ensure that these are not the main element of the design. For example, you cannot sell t-shirts, mugs, vinyls, calendars, etcetera, if these have an image from Freepik as the main element of the design.
This means that you must use your own designs or third party designs to create the main elements of the composition and use Freepik images as backgrounds or secondary elements.
If multiple Freepik images are used to create the design, these will all be considered main elements, as they all belong to Freepik.
You can read our article to learn more about the difference between main and secondary elements.
Please be aware that this rule applies both to free and premium users.
If you download Freepik's resources as a free user you must include the attribution line "Designed by Freepik" on the products you are willing to sell and a link referring www.freepik.com placed on your website. In case you don't want to include this attribution line, you must purchase any of Freepik subscriptions.
Please note that we do not have any license available to cover the usage of our images as main element for product that will be sold to multiple clients.