#1
Hey guys, my band is thinking of making a logo thing and we want to use the nuclear/biohazard symbol as kinda the background. Now my bassist phones me up and says we can't do that, it's copyrighted? Anybody know if we actually can use it as a background or is it like property of the Soviets or some crap? lol
#3
You refusing to infringe a Soviet copyright is the same as wiping your ass with the American flag....20 years ago....when the Soviet Union was still around.
#4
Quote by x_live4guitar_x
You refusing to infringe a Soviet copyright is the same as wiping your ass with the American flag....20 years ago....when the Soviet Union was still around.


I'm not American so I'll raise you that + a Nazi symbol.

Jokes only bud!


Yeah, I was thinking about turning it upside down but it doesn't really look right. You sure that's the only way? (other than rotating it in another direction or changing the colour)
#5
isnt that image in the public domain? which means its all good
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#7
I'm sure you will be sued by the millions of other bands that probably use that same symbol.
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I'm sure you will be sued by the millions of other bands that probably use that same symbol.


Oh yeah, Megadeth will definantly be on our asses.
#9
megadeth for sure
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#10
Quote by Vitamin_A
isnt that image in the public domain? which means its all good


That's what I'm thinking. An image that serves an international standard for safety purposes - like a stop sign, for instance - I would think *has* to be public domain.

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