Drake is suing an Australian company for ripping off his OVO fashion line.
Bellroy, the Australia based company, have been accused of trademark infringement for using an owl on their logo that can be said to resemble Drake’s globally famous OVO emblem.
To make matters worse, their promotional material also makes use of a cream, black and gold colour palette – also the same as the original OVO designs.
All of Bellroy’s products which include wallets and phone cases all bear the faux OVO logo.
OVO have therefore taken Bellroy to court and are asking a judge for an injunction to forbid Bellroy from selling anymore products with the owl logo on it. OVO also want to be reimbursed of any profits they have made as well as damages.
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