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US designer Bart O’Dell contacted LogoThief yesterday to let us know about a case of plagiarism perpetrated against him by Australian ‘designer’ Christopher Ryder.
It appears that Mr. Ryder who trades under the name Very Graphic Designs appreciated the logo [...]
Last week we were notified about a blatant rip-off of the logo of iconic London luxury hotel, Claridge’s.
As far as we can tell the folks at Reynolds and Reyner quite liked the Claridge’s rebrand completed by Construct London in [...]
We were recently notified about some plagiarism perpetrated against Australian Designer Dale Harris. It appears that the logo for Llubljana, Slovenia nightclub and café Octopus bares a striking resemblance to Dale’s Renega Logo.
From the overlay you can see that [...]
In Orlando, Florida, city attorneys went after Paul Russo, the owner of NYPD Pizza—a restaurant that has a similar name and look as the New York Police Department.
In 2008, Russo agreed to have disclaimers on every item with the [...]
We were notified yesterday by Alen Pavlovic of Type08 that he had recently discovered a blatant rip-off of some of his work by Belgian ‘designer’ Bert Dries who trades under the name Musketon.
As far as we can tell Mr. [...]
Manfred Westreicher contacted LogoThief this week to let us know about this rip-off of his VWise logo, original designed for RFID solutions company VWise in Lima, Peru.
It appears that when Image Art Studio of Tel Aviv, Israel was asked [...]
Bojan Stefanovic of Logoholik recently let us know about the online portfolio of Robin Studio. It appears that Robin Singh, the ‘designer’ behind Robin Studio has filled his portfolio with the work of others in an effort to trick [...]
ITV is the largest commercial television network in the United Kingdom. In January 2013 the network rolled out a well documented rebrand spearheaded in-house by ITV Creative across their five channels in the UK as well as their online [...]
The iconic Houston Texans logo was designed by Mark Verlander of Verlander Design in 2002 for professional NFL American football team the Houston Texans.
It appears that sometime after 2002 someone working for/on behalf of Skydive Madrid a skydiving operator [...]