Yes! you read it right. Amazon, the e-commerce giant copied a logo. Wittyfeed, on Saturday, published an article which unveils the concept behind the logo of Amazon Network’s web series Style Code Live. The concept is simple: just copy a growing venture’s logo and then not accept it.
The show features latest fashion trends delivered by experts and celebs. However, the other thing that the show features is a copied logo. When we looked at the article, we found something interesting. We don’t claim that Amazon copied it. However, it seems so. Decide yourself.
A Delhi-based startup, StyleDotMe, founded by Meghna Saraogi, posted a tweet on the internet which says, “We wanted to inspire with fashion and style tips. Never knew we could inspire Amazon with our logo as well.”
Meghna has done her BFA in applied arts from College of Arts, New Delhi, and a specialization in visual communications from Srishti School of Art, Design, and Technology, Bangalore. The core team has Amrit Rathi, Aref Kashani, and Meghna in it.
— STYLEDOTME (@styledotme) March 31, 2017
The startup helps you get instant fashion advice from your friends when you really need it. When you’re confused about what to wear or the right outfit to buy, the StyleDotMe’s Android app allows you to instantly poll your friends and followers and get them to help you by rating your choices.
However, Amazon has not yet spoken anything about the issue. Some people are considering the Amazon logo to be inspired by that of StyleDotMe’s.
We strongly suggest you not to copy graphics and instead outsource all your graphic design needs.