Free ebook on 13 Creative Mood Board Ideas

Posted By Gudy Herder / February 10, 2016 / 2 Comments

If you are not subscribed to my newsletter yet you might have missed this news! It’s quite crazy to see that the free ebook of former 10 Creative Mood Board Ideas has been triggered the interest to a creative community with more than 1.000 downloads during the past few month.
I thought it was time to work on new content for 2016 then, and I am happy to announce today a re-launch of that ebook on 13 Creative Mood Board Ideas.
I have added three new categories and changed 95% of all images.

By signing up today, you can expect more than 50 images of different mood board ideas.

Ebook 13 Creative Mood Board Ideas-EclecticTrends

Grab your free ebook today here, I hope it inspires you to come up with a new idea which by the way, I’d love to see! Please hashtag #eclectictrendsstudio adding @gudyherder on Instagram if you fancy sharing it.

Enjoy and have a brilliant Wednesday! G, x

 

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  • Christiane Strobel
    February 17, 2016 at 4:44 pm

    Hi Gudy,
    I love your work and your blog, always very inspiring !!!!
    Today I have a question to ask :
    I will develop a trendbook for loungewear, as I am a fashion designer.
    Can I use photos for moods just by mentoning the source ?
    Or do I have to buy photos ??
    How do you deal with that ?
    And another question I have, is concerning your workshop in march ?
    Is it in english and do you have still space ?

    Waiting for your answer
    Warm regards
    Christiane

    • Gudy
      February 17, 2016 at 5:16 pm

      Hi Christiane, I am afraid the workshop is one in Spanish only. Regarding the trend book, if there is a commercial use, then you need to get the author (photographer or band who owns the copyright) the agree on the use you are given to it: where published, how long, etc. I assume you live in Germany, I am not familiar with German law which might be even more strict. Contact the brands and just ask for it. Get an intelectual property contract from the internet and adapt it. Depending on your project, I’d talk to a lawyer. Once it’s done, you can always use the same contract and don’t have to bother about possible upcoming issues. G,x

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