UN/BUILT Artists



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UN/BUILD NFT Gallery is a collection of digital artworks (NFTs) running on the OpenSea Ethereum network. This website is only an interface allowing participants to exchange digital collectibles. Users are entirely responsible for the safety and management of their own private Ethereum wallets and validating all transactions and contracts generated by this website before approval. Furthermore, as the UN/BUILD NFT Gallery smart contract runs on the Ethereum network, there is no ability to undo, reverse, or restore any transactions.

This website and its connected services are provided “as is” and “as available” without warranty of any kind. By using this website you are accepting sole responsibility for any and all transactions involving UN/BUILD NFT Gallery digital collectibles.

NFT Ownership ≠ Copyright Ownership

Ownership of a copyright is separate and distinct from ownership of any material object (i.e., a painting) or digital asset (i.e., a non-fungible token or “NFT”) in which the work is embodied or embedded. According to our Terms of Service, Artists do not lose copyright protection over works when they are sold on UN/BUILD NFT Gallery on OpenSea marketplace unless the parties expressly agree in writing to convey a copyright interest as part of the transfer. As further explained in our Terms of Service, Collectors only have a property interest in lawfully purchased NFTs, but they do not have a copyright interest in the underlying artworks. The Artist reserves all exclusive copyrights to the underlying copyrights.

Can Artists Make Commercial Use of UN/BUILD NFT Gallery Artworks After They Sell?

As the copyright owners for the works they create, UN/BUILD NFT Gallery Artists have the exclusive right to make commercial use of their artworks (and all other exclusive rights under copyright law) even after being sold on the OpenSea marketplace. This means, that Artists are generally free to market, print, and license artwork underlying minted NFTs. However, and as explained further below, Artists are not permitted to sell other digital works or NFTs if an identical work is sold or listed for sale on the OpenSea marketplace.

The Collector’s Limited Rights to UN/BUILD NFT Gallery Artworks

Collectors have the exclusive right to sell, trade, or transfer their UN/BUILD NFT Gallery Items, but Collectors may not make “commercial use” of the underlying work. For example, Collectors may not sell copies of the work, mint additional NFTs based on the work, sell access to the work, sell derivative works embodying the work, or otherwise commercially exploit the Work. As detailed further in our Terms of Service, Collectors receive a limited license only to display artworks underlying UN/BUILD NFT Gallery items legally owned and properly obtained.