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Drake’s Company Sues Over Unbelievably Similar Logo

 

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#OVO has recently sued Bellroy, an Australian company using the familiar owl design, for copyright infringement. – In court documents obtained by TMZ, #OctobersVeryOwn (OVO) claims #Bellroy has “changed the design of the owl by altering its posture, width, wings, and feet in order to blatantly mimic the OVO owl.” In 2019, the Australian company collaborated with LA-based #Clae on a pair of shoes. As the shoe highly resembles OVO’s Clarks collab, Drake’s lawsuit is also directed at Clae. – Do you think the logo was copied & altered? Drop a comment below! 👇🏿 #JoinTheSquad™ ⚡ • • • • • • • • #champagnepapi #drake #aubreygraham #lawsuit #legalaction #copyright #owl #clothinglogo #branding #copycat #dailynews #newsblog #recentpost #weekend #musicindustry #6god #canada #infringement #6side #toronto #thenorth

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Drake’s OVO (October’s Very Own) clothing line has filed a lawsuit against Bellroy for the use of an owl logo that they feel is similar to the OVO owl.

Drake’s lawsuit claims that Bellroy altered their logo to look like OVO’s logo then created a footwear brand with Clae that included the logo.

“[Bellroy] changed the design of the owl by altering its posture, width, wings and feet in order to blatantly mimic the OVO owl,” OVO’s lawsuit claims.

They also say that Bellroy is in direct competition with their apparel business and are asking that Bellroy cease production on anything with the owl-like logo and wants any proceeds they received.

 

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