Approval process for sellers: Photographs are approved by iStockphoto before being available for purchase.
CAPTCHAThis question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions. In a statement sent out last night and relayed on the official forum, the company announced that it will soon start facilitating stock logo sales through its online marketplace.

The announcement got the designer community to speculate whether this is a good thing or not, but the jury is still out on that. Approved photographs can then be purchased by customers for a number of credits, depending on the size of the photograph and the license they wish to purchase it under. Basically, iStock wants to make it possible for clients to buy custom logos for their companies or organizations on its online marketplace the same way it facilitates purchases of stock photography, audio, video and illustrations.

The company is looking to tap into its vast community of affiliated designers to create an offering that could match the demand, encouraging them to use iStock as an outlet for the 'hundreds of different logos' they supposedly created over the course of their careers but remained unused.

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