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Is this logo okay to put on a t-shirt and sell? If not, what can I do so I can? Thanks enter image description here

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  • if you can take this and put on a shirt, you can design a basic logo imho. try create a logo from scratch. – Ferdi Çıldız Jun 14 '16 at 10:48
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It depends.

If you are asking if you can use it as a logo for a company or product—no. They are essentially identical.

If you are asking if you can put it on a t-shirt—you can do whatever you like. I see t-shirts with parodies of big brand's logos on a daily basis. But remember the company can still sue you. Wether they do and wether or not a court would decide you are infringing any copyright is another matter (and dependent on your location, the use of the logo and t-shirt, the industries involved, the strength of the original brand, the likeliness of genuine confusion and countless other factors).


I am not a lawyer, this is not legal advice. If you want legal advice, talk to a lawyer.

  • in UK law, Parody is an acceptable use of other peoples artwork. – Digital Lightcraft Jun 14 '16 at 11:12
  • Which explains why I see them daily and why it's "dependent on your location" :) – Cai Jun 14 '16 at 11:18

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