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Creative Labs (Sound Blaster) Logo Stolen?

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My brother-in-law was passing through Rayne, La when he noticed something very odd. He sent me the image over my cellphone with no words. I said wow that looks very similar to the creative labs logo, makers of sound blaster and what not. Come to find out via google search that this is the exact logo, copy and pasted.

 

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13 minutes ago, spartanvi said:

Yeah, and nevermind that it's a tad bit ironic to plagiarize a logo with the word "Creative" in the first place. 😂

When you call out a "Creative Nails" artist for not being creative and they be like

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As someone with a 5.1 set from Creative, I can confirm 6 times that this is indeed exactly the same logo as on my speakers... :P


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You're confusing trademark and copyright. It's a trademark. And since beauty supply and sound equipment don't overlap, and it's a typography item, there really isn't much of an idea of confusion to the general public.  There's nothing wrong here.

 

It might not be very creative, but not illegal.

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You should enter and ask if they sell sound cards.


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lol there's definitely a handful of small business doing that in general ._. there's many factors like not being creator-aware, and just loving the play of branding in general

 

imagine when someone uses pepe for... i dunno some everyday wear shop or something

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On 5/15/2019 at 12:34 AM, Evanair said:

You're confusing trademark and copyright. It's a trademark. And since beauty supply and sound equipment don't overlap, and it's a typography item, there really isn't much of an idea of confusion to the general public.  There's nothing wrong here.

 

It might not be very creative, but not illegal.

I, for one, will be very disappointed if I cannot hook speakers up to my fingers after a visit to this studio!

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