It seems that offering for people to use these on Pinterest is a problem.
DT Timeline license states...
"b) Image License Grant When you purchase an image license, we grant to you a limited, revocable, non-exclusive, non-transferable license to download the associated image to your computer solely for your personal non-commercial use. You may upload and display the licensed image on your own personal Facebook timeline, or other similar social networking use (e.g., Google+, MySpace, Pinterest, personal blog). You may also copy any of your licensed images onto a CD or other tangible media device once for archival purposes. You agree to refrain from otherwise copying, reproducing, distributing or using the licensed image other than as expressly set forth herein."
pinterest TOS states:
"...you grant us a non-exclusive, royalty-free, transferable, sublicensable, worldwide license to use, display, reproduce, re-pin, modify (e.g., re-format), re-arrange, and distribute your User Content on Pinterest for the purposes of operating and providing the Service(s) to you and to our other Users. Nothing in these Terms shall restrict Pinterest’s rights under separate licenses to User Content. Please remember that the Pinterest Service is a public platform, and that other Users may search for, see, use, and/or re-pin any User Content that you make publicly available through the Service."
Don't you think granting pinterest these rights goes a bit beyond what is suggested for the timeline license? Shouldn't you at least need an EL for that?
Otherwise this looks like an interesting direction to market. I don't know if people will buy images for FB, but I've seen my images pirated on there.
I like the idea too. Just a heads up... the page numbers are not working. If I select page 2 (either by clicking on it or using the next or more button) the green colors sticks on the 1st page. After a few pages you can't remember at what page you are.
Also, I see up to 7-8 images of one contributor page after page. Although I've always been very impressed with this persons work, I think there are many other great artists out there, that could (and imho should) get a chance to get showcased.