Graphic Design Logo

I have a small, home run graphic design business. I create logos, and as any graphic designer knows, you mostly have a slew of designs that don’t get chosen. My question is this. . Is it wrong to sell the generic, non chosen logos that you designed for those clients? I would like to sell some “stock logos” on my website for half of what I mostly charge. Is this something that my clients would have a beef with? Has anyone done this? Do you meet resistance from the clients whoever ultimately paid for those logos to be designed? I just thought it would be a waste to have all those logos designed with nowhere to go? I’d love some input. thanks. No, I don’t want to sell the logos that look similar to the final logo chosen by the client, but on the initial proof, I like to give a lot of variety. Some things that I think the client will like, and others that they may not have thought of. This is why I thought it would be smart to get use out of these logos. They do NOT look like any other logo I had previously created, and since there are no initials or anything. . Just images or shapes, I figured they could be adapted for a multitude of other businesses. What I found out was – I deal with a lot of graphic designers now and over several years. I own a consulting firm that provides business, marketing, advertising and sales consulting to small-to medium-sized businesses throughout Canada, USA and the Caribbean. What I mostly do for a creative start-up or re-imaging project is this: I contract 3 graphic designers to give me 10 creative designs (including logos, slogans, etc. . ) for a guaranteed 3 hours of payment at the going rate – anywhere between $60. 00 to $120. 00 per hour depending on the designer. This way I get 30 creative designs for a set price – these designs belong to me and I can sell the one chosen by the client. However, what happens to the other 29 pieces of design that belongs to me? These ar all redundant anyways. Because I cannot use these in anything unless I get another client with the same name or initials, etc. . That I can use another piece – the chances of that ever happening are so impossible. What I do with these redundant designs is the archive. I suppose that if I had purchased 10 designs from you I would take offense to you trying to sell one that belongs to me – intellectual property and all. If it belongs to you, however, you can do whatever. Please be sure that it belongs to you before you sell it.

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