Drake’s OVO denounces companies in LA and Australia that they have used the company’s owl logo
Drake’s OVO organization has sued companies in Los Angeles and Australia for claims that they have used the company’s owl logo without permission.
The company, which founded the 33-year-old rapper in his hometown of Toronto 12 years ago, has filed a trademark infringement case against Clae based in Southern California and the Australian organization Bellroy, according to TMZ.
The Canadian legal documents company claimed that Bellroy and Clae, in an attempt to confuse consumers, were working together on a shoe with a modified version of the emblem.
Legal Issue: Drake’s OVO organization has sued companies in LA and Australia for claims that they have used the company’s owl logo without permission. The rapper, 33, was broken in London in September
Bellroy and Clae “changed the design of the owl by changing its posture, width, wings and feet to shamelessly imitate the OVO owl,” OVO said in legal documents, the outlet said.
In the suit, OVO said that the recent sale of Bellroy clothing and footwear could affect its business, as it sells similar products. Bellroy also has wallets and smartphone cases with the insignia.
The implementer of God’s Plan, along with business partners Oliver El-Khatib and Noah Shebib, has had tremendous success with the OVO company since its inception 12 years ago.
The company under the flag of the rapper is branched out with efforts in the field of music, merchandising and marketing.
Versatile: the company under the flag of the rapper is branched out with efforts in the field of music, merchandising and marketing
Claims: In the suit, OVO said that the recent sale of Bellroy’s clothing and footwear could affect its business as it sells similar products
Catalog: Bellroy also has wallets and smartphone bags with the insignia
Last month, the Canadian women’s basketball team went 2-0 in uniforms designed by OVO and with the owl, qualifying for the Tokyo Summer Games in FIBA’s Olympic women’s qualifying tournament in Belgium.
Glen Basketball CEO, Canada Basketball, told Sportsnet of the collaboration: ‘I think they want to support the women’s team, help the growth of women’s sport and help the women’s team move forward.
“It’s a smart move for everyone.”