#1
Hi!
Me and my band are designing a album cover for our band. The cover is supposed to be a edited version of the signs used in the Donald Trump campaign, but I am scared to use it because being that it isn't mine, I don't want to get sued over something that dumb. Are political signs protected by the copyright system or can they be used without guidelines?
#2
Example pls
[img]http://i.imgur.com/LYZyCdp.gif[/img]


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lol that's a terrible idea for an album cover (even if you're in some wannabe political underground punk band)
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Hi!
Me and my band are designing a album cover for our band. The cover is supposed to be a edited version of the signs used in the Donald Trump campaign, but I am scared to use it because being that it isn't mine, I don't want to get sued over something that dumb. Are political signs protected by the copyright system or can they be used without guidelines?


It'd might fall under Fair Use if it's a parody and not the actual logo:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_use
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