k, thanks for your advices. It is now realeased in volume2.
It should change in the former post, cause it is the same file name at the server. If you see still the old picture, please refresh your browser (cache).
You’ve put your design on the internet. You copied it from the NBA logo. You ask us to respect the copyright, but you’ve offer no evidence that it’s truly, legally copyrighted or registered in any legal manner.
I don’t need or want to copy it, but it seems to me you’ve no legal right to your demands.
Did you happen to check with the NBA to see if they have this “No Derivative Works” on their copyright? You alter it from them and then turn around and claim it as your own design, not to be altered. Sounds hypocritical. You are also stating that it’s a “Unicycle NBA logo”. There is no basketball in your logo so why say “NBA”? And NBA is a tradmark. Maybe you should rethink the whole copyright and trademark issue on your end.
If I were to use such a logo, I’d use it for uni basketball (to further annoy the NBA if they ever took notice).
Print shirts, sell shirts, send Hyperactive man a free one. Let him sue you. Where would that go? Let the NBA sue you. Where would that go?
As for the NBA, they do not own the concept of a red and blue background. I would guess that as long as your unicyclist’s pose is not too similar to the one in the NBA logo you are not infringing on their copyright.
Bass Ale doesn’t own the concept of a triangle, but if I brew my own beer and try to sell it with an upside-down red triangle on it, I could be successfully sued by Bass.
If you were to use the logo in any commercial context (for example, for unicycle basketball jerseys at NAUCC), they could claim that it implies endorsement by the NBA and hit you with a cease-and-desist order.