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Thursday, September 22, 2005

Orignality in Logo Design

Mike Davidson wrote an excellent post about originality in logo design. The comments are equally excellent.

His wish:

The best way, theoretically, to protect against all of these situations is some sort of global database of trademarked identities which can be matched automatically with algorithms. I believe, but am not sure, that the USPTO may have something like this either set up or in the works, but if a system like this could be perfected, we’d all feel a lot safer with our creations. It would catch a lot of ripoffs during the trademarking stage, but it would also be a great tool with which designers could “check” their work before even submitting it to a client.


That would be nice.

Related to my logo rip-off post.

Hat tip: some guy's blog I can't read and Google can't translate, but he linked to me, and that's how I found his post.

1 Comments:

Anonymous RikB said...

Hehe. Sorry, but I write in Dutch. My English isn't that brilliant, though I understand it quite well.

But you 've surely got to check out my collection of suspicious logos. You can find it at http://rikboey.be/verdacht/index.html

Greetz,
Rik (Antwerp, Belgium)

9:56 AM  

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