If you haven't seen the FBI's new Anti-Piracy Seal yet, well...you must not have bought anything new within the last year. This seal is being attached to CDs, DVDs, videogames, software packages, and most other digital media. The little bastard is everywhere you look, reminding you not to bootleg copyrighted material. This is all well and good, however - what if you don't mind if your work is shared on a peer-to-peer network? What if you see a value in allowing others to alter/remix/edit your product?
Independent artists need a method to alert fans that they won't face 20 years of prison time for downloading their songs. In an effort to combat the FBI's Anti-Piracy Seal, I have created an alternative logo for artists who aren't concerned with file sharing and federal level copyright infringement. QLP can even get this logo personalized and printed on to anything from coffee mugs to car magnets.
This work is dedicated to the Public Domain. Feel free to do with it as you please.
This seal is available in a variety of high-resolution print and web-ready formats and color styles. Here is an example of the seal on the back of an album. Please right-click (alt-click on Macs) to download.
GIF With Transparent Background, 120 x 110 pixels.
For Websites (all color styles) | Download above ^
$20.00 Men & Women's T-Shirts
$12.00 Coffee Mug
Article was last edited on Monday, January 30th, 2012 @ 1:10 PM