What You Can Not Do With The New Twitter Bird

After six years, Twitter has finally updated their logo, "Larry" the Twitter bird (It was named after the basketball legend Larry Bird) and the Internet was atwitter with excitement. Twitter, it seems, is on track to generate tons of money.

I, on the otherhand, was intrigued by what Twitter has decided you cannot do with Larry, as outlined in their Logos & Brands page: Link

Got that, Interweb?


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Seems pretty unenforceable. Change the color and close the beak, for example, and then just claim it's not the Twitter Bird nor is it intended to look like the Twitter Bird.
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All companies have corporate guidelines for branding and how to represent their image. This sort of thing is for employee use rather than for general use. Any branding is "unenforceable" among the general public.
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