Introducing OpenClipArt, Pixabay, Unsplash Merch Designer Integration

Merch Informer just added UNLIMITED clipart use to the Merch Informer Products Designer.
This includes 144,871 new images that you can use in your Merch by Amazon designs and is available in every single MI subscription.
NOT ONLY THAT, but we also integrated Pixabay and Unsplash so you can quickly and easily create 100’s if not 1000’s of PopSocket images in any niche.
No no, we did not add all of these by hand, but instead integrated openclipart.org which gives you unlimited commercial use for the clipart pretty much everywhere and anywhere you can think of.

How To Use The Merch Designer Integration

Step 1: Sign up for MI or log in with your login credentials.
Step 2: Click on the designer in the upper right hand corner, or login directly here: http://designer.merchinformer.com (this works on mobile!).


 
Step 3: Select a product.

Step 4: Click on the images tab in the left hand menu.

Step 5: Click on Resources

Step 6: Select Openclipart from the drop down menu and enter a search term.

 
Step 7: Use the clipart in your designs for pretty much any niche you can think of!
If you have any questions or comments, please drop them below. This is something we have been working on for a while and should help speed up your design process!

Comments
  • If I insert a word “cat” it will only give be about 7-8 results from this integration, how can i see all of the results? It does not serve the purpose if it does not give more results.

  • Hi Neil,
    I really have loved working with the designer function. DId you do away with the feature that removes the background? I found that to be such a convenient feature. Is it hidden somewhere that I can’t find it? Thanks.

  • Hi Neil. Let me ask you an question, please:
    What type of product should we look to see if a word is registered in popsockets? When they are t-shirts we look at “Clothing”, what kind of product do we have to look at in the case of popsockets?

  • Neil.. The designer is great. I am a subscriber to another SaaS designer that is way more and doesn’t hold a candle except for one thing. Their distresses are transparent. So, if I use a distress on an orange shirt the orange shows through. It seems like MI designer does blacks or whites only. So, I have been running them through the other or Photoshop if I want to get the transparency. Am I missing something, and if not, are there plans to make those transparent?

  • Hi Neil!
    Thank you for your amazing tool!
    Just one question about the contents of this article: Is there a way to check the license for each individual clipart or image (from Openclipart and Pixabay)? Or is this simply not necessary as all contents from both these sites are completely free for commercial use and risk-free for us to use?
    Thank you in advance for your response!
    Stefanie

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