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Trademark Illustrations

Comprehensible And Accurate Trademark Illustrations With 100% Compliance To Trademark Office Rules

Get yourself the illustrator who not only provides PTO compliant good quality, comprehensible and accurate trademark drawings, but also helps in making iterations and save your money.

Why Boolean IP Consulting For Trademark Illustrations?

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Compliance to

Trademark Office Rules

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All Input/ Output Formats

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High Accuracy & Detailedness

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Free Unlimited Iterations

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Latest CAD and Design Tools

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Expedited delivery

Essential Features Of Our Trademark Illustrations

  • Special form drawings

  • Margin as per PTO standard

  • Paper size

  • Required views as per brand detail

  • Scale: Large enough to show the identity of mark

  • Different fonts, stylization, graphics or color schemes

  • Surface shading wherever applicable

  • Drawing logo properties (graphics, font, style, color, etc.) based on the trademark

  • All possible output formats [pdf, vsd (visio), jpeg, png, cdr, dwg, cad, sld, ai, stl etc.]

  • All possible input formats [sketches, photographs, videos, prototypes etc.]

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Experience peace of mind with our adaptable and exceptionally competitive pricing options. Reach out to us to outline your specific needs and compare our pricing against industry peers. If you happen to come across a better quotation, we are more than willing to match it, ensuring your satisfaction with our pricing.

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