The wordplay, the jokes and the references are all part of branding.
And it’s all part and parcel of the creative process.
In the creative business, that means branding is the art of getting your brand noticed, with a sense of purpose and authenticity.
And that can include a logo or other type of mark that represents your brand and the product it’s meant to sell.
A logo is a type of graphic that is created to stand out and to be recognized as part of a business, business, or product.
For instance, a logo might be a bold, bold, colorful or colorful circle, or a small, bold or small square.
A trademark, on the other hand, is a trademark that represents a specific property or business name that you hold, that’s the type of trademark that you can apply to a product.
And as with any trademark, you should apply for the mark in writing.
It’s important to read and understand the trademark guidelines to be sure your mark is clear and concise.
The Canadian Intellectual Property Office has a good guide for trademark applications, and you can learn more about trademarks from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
To find out what a trademark is, you can use the U