Logo Redux?

Have you ever seen a logo that seemed a little too familiar? The website LogoThief offers cases of design theft, or heavy borrowing, depending on the case. The site provides a place to track and report such cases, and possibly serves as a warning to would-be logo thiefs.
To explore copyright and logos further:

Copyfraud and other abuses of intellectual property law / Jason Mazzone. – KF2994 .M399 2011

Logo lab : featuring 18 case studies that demonstrate identity creation from concept to completion / by Christopher Simmons. – NC1002.L63 S55 2005

Logo life : life histories of 100 famous logos / Ron van der Vlugt. – NC1002.L63 V68 2012

Logo brainstorm book : a comprehensive guide for exploring design directions / Jim Krause. – NC1002.L63 K73 2012

Logo savvy : top brand-design firms share their naming and identity strategies / Perry Chua & Dann Ilicic ; WOW Branding. – NC1002.L63 L657 2007

Logo design workbook : a hands-on guide to creating logos / Sean Adams & Noreen Morioka with Terry Stone ; designed by Sean Adams & Jennifer Hopkins. – NC1002.L63 A3 2006

Masters of design : logos & identity : a collective of the world’s most inspiring logo designers / Sean Adams. – NC1002.L63 A32 2008

Logolounge 6 : 2,000 international identities by leading designers / Catharine Fishel and Bill Gardner. – NC1002.L63 F57 2011

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