Terms and Conditions

Please read the small medium-sized print. It'll protect us all.

The Words

1. Any bespoke badge text requested via this site will be reproduced exactly as it is submitted. Please ensure you check your text thoroughly before processing your request to beebop badges.

2. beebop badges loves originality and obscurity - short in-jokes, nicknames and well-used phrases are welcome!

3. beebop badges reserves the right to refrain from creating badges using text directly sourced from the internet, film, TV series, songs or from printed or digital media published within the last 70 years (1944-2014), without express permission of the copyright holder as provided by the customerto ensure that no copyright is unintentionally infringed.

Printed or digital media includes, but is not limited to: books, blogs, ebooks, ezines, newspapers, comics, magazines, scripts, musical scores. 

4. beebop badges reserves the right to refuse to reproduce overtly offensive or discriminatory language on badges.

 

The Pictures 

 ***Please note that at present we are unable to accept image submissions online for bespoke badges -- any image submissions must be made by email. Contact Bee on mail@beebopbadges.com to discuss possibilities!***

5. beebop badges loves photography! If you wish to supply a personal photograph of a friend or relative to be reproduced on a badge, we're happy to work with you to make your badge a reality! Email Bee on mail@beebopbadges.com to discuss.

6. beebop badges loves independent artists. If you'd like to see your artwork in 25mm-badge form, we can work with you! Email Bee on
mail@beebopbadges.com to discuss.

7. beebop badges also loves small, indie businesses and is happy to produce a reasonable quantity of badges for marketing material with sufficient notice. Please note: beebop badges will reproduce company logos and slogans on badges ONLY if approached directly by the named company. Print runs are currently limited to 50 badges.

8. beebop badges reserves the right to refrain from creating badges using images sourced from the internet, or from printed or digital media from the last 70 years (1944-2014) to ensure that no copyright is unintentionally infringed.

Printed or digital media includes, but is not limited to: books, blogs, ebooks, ezines, newspapers, comics, magazines, scripts, musical scores. 

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Thanks for reading!

 

Bee 

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