I mean, I can appreciate the abstract, but every design I would really like involves a character or at least a logo of some sort.
Here’s the situation: I’m a student at points at avatar, and we have no print shops (FedEx/Kinkos included) in the area save the CopyCat local one located in Auburn university.
The guy there said that he might have a printing method that they normally use for nametags to put on a plastic backer that could mimic the Lamilabel product, but they cannot print anything. at. all. thanks to copyright law.
He’s wise to cartoon characters, can’t print them. Video games, same deal. Even the Auburn logo is off limits, in case I wanted a design with school spirit.
I’m thinking of giving up and just getting a plain white one and adorning my stick with stickers… no but really, how would you all get around this? Isn’t there such a thing as the Fair Use Doctrine for graphics? I’m not ever planning on selling this, it’s just a lowly single SE stick that I want to pimp out for my own use.