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Vinyl Mayhem is constantly creating new designs based on our own ideas and from ideas submitted from customers and clients. If a design is discovered to conflict with any copyrighted or trademarked material, we request to be notified in writing as soon as possible. Vinyl Mayhem will investigate all intellectual property matter claims in an expedient manner.
Vinyl Mayhem cannot guarantee any of the products we manufacture or distribute will not cause any undesired effects. Vinyl Mayhem, its clients, distributors, officers or affiliates cannot be held liable for any damage, legal issues, or incidences arising directly or indirectly resulting from the use of our products. Additionally, Vinyl Mayhem and any of its manufacturing partners cannot be held liable for any incidences arising from the use of our products. Although undesired side effects are rare, all users shall assume any risks.
For manufacturers, companies, organizations, artists, bands or other groups or individuals wishing to add their designs to the Vinyl Mayhem online store or other sales channels, Vinyl Mayhem presents a unique sales and marketing opportunity:
We can give customers and enthusiasts a legitimate venue to purchase custom stickers and graphics in their choice of size and color through our online stores. Some of our past and present clients include:
For licensing information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Vinyl Mayhem does not share information from its database of customers online or offline. Your personal information is kept in a secured environment both online and in our office.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in the fair use of intellectual property as a protected part of The First Amendment, guaranteeing the right to free speech. Specifically referring to vinyl graphics, signage and advertising: A brand name/trademark can also be used as long as it does not utilize the same typeface as the distinctive mark. Images containing intellectual property designs may also be used for reasonable personal use and in advertising comparisons under U.S. trademark and case law. Reasonable personal use allows a for circumstances, such as a cake maker or a tattoo artist, to use intellectual property when making a custom product for an individual customer.