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Nature violation

August 18th, 2009 2 comments

Some days, just when you thing all is right with the world, you find something like this…

2009-0816 water drop

Even Mother Nature herself does not respect our beloved Disney’s trademarks!

The original evidence of MN’s disdain can be found on Flickr.

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Stormtrooper violation

August 16th, 2009 1 comment

2009-0816 Stormtroopers

I understand why Imperial stormtroopers might want to poke fun at Princess Leia — I really do! — but that’s a pair of bootleg mouse ears on their table! How do I know? Because that particular model of mouse ear was not available a long time ago, and certainly isn’t licensed for sale in a galaxy far, far away! The shame!

Here’s where I found these ruffians.

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Dismemberment violation?

May 31st, 2009 2 comments

Disney copyright violation?

I find it hard to type because of the tears in my eyes — have you ever seen anything so horrific in all your life? It’s a cake — a cake for a child’s party, mind you — on which has been placed decorations depicting Disney’s beloved icon of intellectual property horrifyingly dismembered and scattered about. This mutilation of pure goodness was found on Coolest Birthday Cakes, and I will see its horrifying image whenever I close my eyes for months to come.

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Hedgehog violation?

May 29th, 2009 No comments

Disney copyright violation?

Cute, adorable, an abuse of all that is pure, and found at Splitcoast stampers.

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Tortilla violation?

May 26th, 2009 1 comment

Accidental Boing Boing violation?

Xeni Jardin claims in a Boingboing post that this photo was taken accidentally with an iPhone. Well, we might be able to believe that the photo itself was an accident, but — as we all know after many hours of intense, one-on-one corporate training — copyright violation is never an accident!

It takes just the smallest amount of thought gymnastics to mentally rotate the basket of foodstuffs until the unmistakable outline of Mickey Mouse’s thoroughly-copyrighted silhouette is visible. It’s a clever marketing gimmick, but though we are sure that the tortillas are delicious and healthful, they still appear to be an abomination of copyright violation!

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Frozen violation?

May 25th, 2009 No comments

Copyright-infringing vanilla ice cream treat revealed (along with a number of other dairy-related violations) on the Disneyland Linkage site.

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Deconstruction violation?

May 15th, 2009 No comments

Disney copyright violation?

Deconstructing Disney, found on Amazon.

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Death Cult violation?

April 19th, 2009 1 comment

Disney copyright violation?

Ghost Dance, and album so disrespectful of trademark law that Death Cult changed its name to The Cult out of sheer embarassment after they realized what they had done (at least we assume that’s what happened).

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Violation on the hoof?

April 17th, 2009 2 comments

Disney copyright violation?

Mickey Moo, a creature demonstrating in the flesh that even Mother Nature has no respect for corporate identity rights, is discussed at Yesterland.com.

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Hitler violation?

April 11th, 2009 1 comment
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