Wonderwall ORIGINAL design. Black and white with the text:
"And after all, you are my wonderwall"
Reminds Oasis' song from the album (What's the Story) Morning Glory? No copyright infringement intended.
Available in different shapes and sizes.
Any suggestion? Feel free to ask!
Copyright laws disfavor protection for short phrases. Such claims are viewed with suspicion by the Copyright Office, whose circulars state that, "... slogans, and other short phrases or expressions can not be copyrighted." 1 These rules are premised on two tenets of copyright law. First, copyright will not protect an idea. Phrases conveying an idea are typically expressed in a limited number of ways and, therefore, are not subject to copyright protection. Second, phrases are considered as common languages of the English language and are therefore free to all. Granting to monopoly would eventually "checkmate the public" 2 and the purpose of a copyright clause to encourage creativity-would be defeated.