Le 2010-11-03 19:54, David Nelson a écrit :
Hi Lucas& guys, :-)
I didn't find any usage of paper plane logos/graphics that, IMHO,
precludes adopting Lucas Filho's idea. The companies/organizations
using a paper plane-based logo probably have less name recognition
than LibO can potentially acquire. IANAL, but I imagine there wouldn't
be any copyright problem, especially if one came up with something
having its own originality.
In any case, a sheet of paper is a pretty ubiquitous thing, too, so
maybe the same issues would apply to TDF's current logo?
Below are some quick research results for your consideration. HTH.
Thanks David: I've added my comments on some of these too.
Paper planes research:
Uses a paper plane in their logo:
This next one has a neat flash effect with the paper plane.
Uses "paper plane" in their name:
This next one has a nice icon -- slanted
Hmmm, they used gun shots for the register sounds and there is some kind
of political overtone to the song.
http://www.paperplane.com.au/ (Drupal logo is their favicon...)
http://www.paper-plane.fr/ (cloud graphic as logo)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paper_Planes (might grant permission to
use excerpt from their music?)
But, hey, from a marketing point of view we could perhaps run a contest
for a LibO "paperplane" icon song.?
This next one has a small paper plane icon -- nice if you want a subtle
This next one has a folding paper plane icon
Uses a paper plane in a prominent graphic:
This next one has a larger icon, different shape.
Fun stuff about making paper planes:
This next one has a flying paper plane and music.
Has a sort of paperplane logo.
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