I wouldn't use an exact copy anyway. That looks like a team's logo, which means there's a copyright holder somewhere.
There's no sense in risking getting yourself in trouble for theft. Let the client accept the responsibility and figure out where to get it if they want to copy it exactly, and tell them that you can create something similar but different if they don't want to be bothered. If nothing else, it'll be cheaper and less time intensive to create something similar than to spend hours searching the internet for that exact art.
This half an hour, an hour at most, to redraw. Someone really good could do it in ten minutes. If you have no skill at it and are starting from scratch, yeah maybe six hours to get good handle on it, but you never loose that having learned that. Its a straight forward use of the bezier tool or pen in a vector program.Should be, if I had the time, that's my problem
Ah.I am printing for a school, it's their logo, the coach just does not have access to the logo, he is doing shirts for his kids
I'm in 100% agreeance with you, this is one of their logos! One of the athletic onesonce again, it is a very poor ripoff of the old sabres' logo
even the angle is exactly the same
unless they have permission from the nhl, they can't use it (notice the little 'r' in the circle)