Copyright protects expressions: writing, art, music, etc.
Logos would be protected by trademark law, not copyright. However, as a work of art, it could also be protected by copyright.
Sure, as a work of art.
License art? If you mean a copyright, you have that for anything you make. If you mean to sign a contract and sell copyright licenses, you have to be 18, or your parents have to sign the agreement.
You don't patent a martial art. You can copyright the name or the manuals for it.
All art is subject to the copyright of the original artist anyway.
Charles Palmer Phillips has written: 'The law of copyright in works of literature and art and in the application of designs' -- subject(s): Art, Copyright, Design protection
Copyright law cannot protect ideas, only the expressionof them in writing, sound, art, etc.
No, but you can copyright a creative work of art that is captured in an object, such as a sculpture, or a copyrighted work copied on an object, such as a CD or DVD.
Samuel J. Sutton has written: 'Copyright law' -- subject(s): Art, Copyright
The creator owns copyright on free animated clip art. as it is freely distributed online or in other media format. there is no penalty in using free animated clip art as it is free to use (no license required).
Vargas' heirs control the copyright; for more information, see the website below.
Artistic works are automatically protected by copyright as soon as they are fixed in a tangible medium; neither registration nor notification is required.
Works in the public domain are not protected by copyright.
The copyright symbol © is used to demonstrate that a work is protected and permission must be sought before use by a third party.
Works of sufficient creativity are automatically protected as soon as they are fixed in a tangible medium, and DeviantArt's copyright policy is based on this.
Aspects of the design that are entirely your original work, such as a piped or carved design, may be protected by copyright as a work of visual art; the US Copyright Office has asserted that permanence is not required for protection.
It depends on the type of material. Books have notifications on their copyright pages; movies include notifications in the credits; fine art may not be marked at all.
As a work of art, it could be registered for copyright protection, but if it is a logo to be used in trade, you would benefit more by registering it as a trademark.
They still hold the copyright.
Not necessarily. Notification (or registration) is not required for protection.
Copyright laws allow the monetization of art, allowing creators the chance to make a living without waiting tables.
I have six art treasures of the world books here with a copyright 1953 by harry n abrams